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The Use of Reciprocal Polar Co-Ordinates in Passive Tracking,
SCICON LTD LONDON (ENGLAND)
The use of Reciprocal Polar co-ordinates to parameterise tracks is discussed. Their use makes the problem of determining the characteristics of tracks from bearings only data much less non-linear than the use of the more conventional Cartesian co-ordinates. Author
This article is from 'Proceedings of the MIT/ONR (Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Office of Naval Research) Workshop on C3 (Command, Control, and Communications) Systems (6th) Held at Cambridge, Massachusetts on 25-29 July 1983,' AD-A138 614, p198-201.