Final rept. Aug 1991-Mar 1992,
AMHERST SYSTEMS INC BUFFALO NY
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The evaluation of counter-surveillance measures in the field can be a costly and time consuming process. This report describes an approach which supplements and improves on this traditional method of camouflage design and evaluation. The concept of a computer graphic workstation for the evaluation of camouflage and deception measures has been developed and a prototype of the system has been implemented. The software described here provides for the generation of synthetic target images and their insertion into a measured background. The system-functions may be accessed through a user-friendly Windows interface. The software is written in C using an object-oriented design approach for easier maintenance and extension of the code.
- Computer Programming and Software