Voting logic fusion overcomes many of the drawbacks associated with using single sensors or sensors that recognize signals based on only one signature-generation phenomenology to detect targets in a hostile environment. For example, voting logic fusion provides protection against false alarms in highclutter backgrounds and decreases susceptibility to countermeasures that may mask a signature of a valid target or cause a weapon system to fire at a false target. Voting logic may be an appropriate data fusion technique to apply when a multiple sensor system is used to detect, classify, and track objects.
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Voting Logic Fusion