Designing Algorithms for Exoatmospheric Discrimination.
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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MOSPHERIC Discrimination.Technical note,Burdick,Bernard J. Carayannopoulos,George L. Schoendorf,William H. Therrien,Charles W. TN-1974-4F19628-73-C-0002ESDTR-74-12Guided missiles, Radar tracking, Discriminate analysis, Antimissile defense systems, Radar decoys, Decision theory, Sampling, Heuristic methodsFeature extractionThe application of the concepts of feature extraction and statistical decision theory to exoatmospheric discrimination is described in the report with the emphasis on the philosophy of the design procedure rather than on specific techniques. The derivation of the discriminants and the decision rule for distinguishing between the radar or optical signatures of reentry vehicles and decoys is described along with procedures for evaluating the performance of the resultant discrimination algorithms. Author
- Antimissile Defense Systems
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment