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INVESTIGATION OF ADDITIVE COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY AND PROJECTION FOR MILITARY PHOTO-INTERPRETATION. IV. REVIEW OF PROGRAM AND COMPARISON OF ADDITITIVE COLOR WITH TYPICAL PANCHROMATIC PHOTOGRAPHY
DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES INC SANTA MONICA CALIF
Study of the application of additive color photographic techniques to military photo-interpretation is summarized. Findings of a limited examination of additive color versus a set of comparison aerial photographs of military type targets are reported. At this state of the evaluation program, it is possible to make some fairly confident preliminary judgments about the potential of a given, unmodified additive color photographic system for increasing photo-reconnaissance information. Included is a review of the assumptions and hypotheses which have been generated and the steps which were taken to test those hypotheses. Author