Hybrid Sonar Simulation.
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The purpose of this study was the development of a computer system for research and instruction in signal processing for underwater sound applications. The nature of the problem demanded the use of three computers interfaced by hardware and software to operate as a single system. A general purpose analog computer was employed to generate signals and noise, provide analog processing and filtering and to allow the input of actual signals collected in the field. A general purpose digital computer provided for the examination of existing processing methods and for the investigation of new techniques. A high level graphics computer was used for data display and as the system control station which provided for a high degree of human operator processing and interaction. Author
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware
- Acoustic Detection and Detectors