A Computational Laboratory for Automatic Target Recognition
Final rept. 1 Mar 1998-31 Mar 1999
NEW YORK UNIV NY COURANT INST OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
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We have built the NYU ATR Laboratory, also known as the RLAB, a computational laboratory for research and education in Automatic Target Recognition ATR. The laboratory contains a cluster of workstations connected by a fast network, significant data storage capabilities for storing image data, and projection and presentation devices for supporting education and meetings. This facility is accessible via the Internet and is serving as a national resource for ATR researchers. The laboratory has supported several DoD-sponsored research efforts, being used as a computational resource and as a location for scientific meetings and collaboration. In addition, the laboratory hosted a DARPA-funded training course in experimentation with model-based ATR using the MSTAR system. The laboratory has fulfilled and will continue to fulfill its stated mission of supporting research, development, evaluation, and education in Automatic Target Recognition.
- Target Direction, Range and Position Finding
- Computer Programming and Software
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods