Proceedings of the Adaptive Sensor Array Processing (ASAP) Workshop, 14-15 March 2000. Volume 1
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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This year marks the eighth annual ASAP workshop, which is sponsored jointly by the DARPA Advanced and Tactical Technology Offices, the Navy AEGIS and E2C Program Offices, the Office of Naval Research and the NAVSEA Advanced Systems and Technology Office. This year, the first IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel SAM Signal Processing Workshop in nearby Cambridge, Massachusetts will follow the ASAP workshop on 16-17 March 2000. This unique pairing of ASAP with SAM will provide an unparalleled opportunity for the adaptive sensor array processing community, combining ASAPs focus on state-of-the-art signal processing advances for military systems with the broader international scope and strong academic participation of the IEEE SAM workshop. As this workshop has evolved over its eight-year history, a common theme has been to highlight the similarity of adaptive sensor processing techniques for various disciplines. The ASAP forum has provided researchers from academia, government, and industry the opportunity to discuss common problems and develop ideas and solutions related to how these diverse technologies can be applied to national defense interests. This years workshop will continue to stress the strong coupling between government, industry, and academia. A key theme will be the cross-fertilization of ideas between the ASAP and SAM participants to provide new areas of exploration and accelerate technological advances.
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