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Computing Electro-Optical and Radar coverage in near real-time

Antonowycz, A.J. (2024) Computing Electro-Optical and Radar coverage in near real-time.

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Abstract:In a model of the real world, determining whether an object is in Line of Sight of an observer requires performing a large series of simple calculations to verify there is no terrain or object obstructing the sight-line. Upon alteration of the simulation state due to a moving observer or target, the aforementioned calculations are no longer valid and will need to be re-executed. When a time constraint is applied, the concept of a large number of small calculations yields an interesting challenge; how can one structure these calculations such that they can be reliably performed within the required time interval. Furthermore, approximation techniques can account for additional latency improvements at the cost of precision or fidelity. In this paper, different approaches to solve this problem for electro-optical and radar sensors are compared to determine a configuration which provides the best results given a set of (latency and resource) limitations.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Thales, Hengelo, Netherlands
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Computer Science MSc (60300)
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