1 March 2007 Probability of identification cycle criterion (N50/N90) for underwater mine target acquisition
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This research describes the derivation of a 50% probability of identification cycle criterion (N50) for a set of underwater mines. Various levels of blur were applied to eight underwater mines and four nonmine objects with nine aspects in the visible spectra. Results were analyzed as a function of blur level and target size to give identification probability as a function of resolvable cycles on target. The results are applicable to underwater mine target acquisition estimates for visible electro-optical imaging systems and for laser-illuminated, range-gated imaging systems. This research provides for the design and analysis of electro-optical systems in the identification of underwater mines.
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Ronald G. Driggers, Ronald G. Driggers, James Sam Taylor, James Sam Taylor, Keith A. Krapels, Keith A. Krapels, } "Probability of identification cycle criterion (N50/N90) for underwater mine target acquisition," Optical Engineering 46(3), 033201 (1 March 2007). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2715458 . Submission:
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