1 August 2000 Performance of an automatic target recognizer algorithm against real and two versions of synthetic imagery
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Optical Engineering, 39(8), (2000). doi:10.1117/1.1305538
Abstract
An experiment is described in which an automatic target recognizer (ATR) algorithm is tested against real forward-looking infrared imagery and synthetic imagery. The synthetic imagery was generated by two different approaches being developed by the U.S. Army. The purpose of the experiment was to establish quantitatively the relationship between ATR performance on real and on synthetic data. The metrics for comparison are probability of detection, conditional probability of identification, and false-alarm rate.
Clarence P. Walters, Carl W. Hoover, James A. Ratches, "Performance of an automatic target recognizer algorithm against real and two versions of synthetic imagery," Optical Engineering 39(8), (1 August 2000). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1305538
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Detection and tracking algorithms

Automatic target recognition

Sensors

Forward looking infrared

Algorithm development

Target detection

Target recognition

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