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Harbour Protection Through Data Fusion Technologies

  • Elisa Shahbazian
  • Galina Rogova
  • Michael J. DeWeert

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Andrzej Jacuch
    Pages 1-5
  3. James Douglass
    Pages 33-36
  4. Francine Desharnais, Dale Blodgett, Robert Bush, Robin Durnford, Bill Yakamovich
    Pages 43-51
  5. Rein Haavel, Monika Oit, Aivar Usk
    Pages 53-60
  6. Andrew B. Webb, William J. Borrowdale
    Pages 69-70
  7. Mart Rüütel
    Pages 79-86
  8. Alan N. Steinberg
    Pages 95-108
  9. Lauro Snidaro, Gian Luca Foresti, Claudio Piciarelli
    Pages 223-231
  10. Stefano Piva, Matteo Gandetto, Reetu Singh, Carlo S. Regazzoni
    Pages 233-241
  11. Yannick Allard, Mickael Germain, Olivier Bonneau
    Pages 243-250
  12. Pierre Blanc-Benon, Nathalie Giordana, Yves Chocheyras
    Pages 251-257
  13. Victor-Emil Neagoe, Armand-Dragos Ropot
    Pages 283-289
  14. Gunther Palm, Friedhelm Schwenker
    Pages 299-306
  15. Albena Tchamova, Jean Dezert
    Pages 307-316
  16. Evgeni Kiriy, Hannah Michalska, Guy Michaud
    Pages 317-327
  17. Andrey Makshanov
    Pages 329-336
  18. Elisa Shahbazian, Michael J. Deweert, Galina Rogova
    Pages 337-351
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 353-360

About these proceedings

Introduction

An Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) “Data Fusion Technologies for Harbour Protection” was held in Tallinn, Estonia 27 June–1 July, 2005. This workshop was organized by request of the NATO Security Through Science Programme and the Defence Investment Division. An ARW is one of many types of funded group support mechanisms established by the NATO Science Committee to contribute to the critical assessment of existing knowledge on new important topics, to identify directions for future research, and to promote close working relationships between scientists from different countries and with different professional experiences. The NATO Science Committee was approved at a meeting of the Heads of Government of the Alliance in December 1957, subsequent to the 1956 recommendation of “Three Wise Men” – Foreign Ministers Lange (Norway), Martino (Italy) and Pearson (Canada) on Non-Military Cooperation in NATO. The NATO Science Committee established the NATO Science Programme in 1958 to encourage and support scientific collaboration between individual scientists and to foster scientific development in its member states. In 1999, following the end of the Cold War, the Science Programme was transformed so that support is now devoted to collaboration between Partner-country and NATO-country scientists or to contributing towards research support in Partner countries. Since 2004, the Science Programme was further modified to focus exclusively on NATO Priority Research Topics (i. e. Defence Against Terrorism or Countering Other Threats to Security) and also preferably on a Partner country priority area.

Keywords

Environmental NATO PEACE Protection Science Security Sub-Series C linear optimization metrics modeling

Editors and affiliations

  • Elisa Shahbazian
    • 1
  • Galina Rogova
    • 2
  • Michael J. DeWeert
    • 3
  1. 1.OODA Technologies Inc.MontrealCanada
  2. 2.Encompass ConsultingHoneoye FallsUSA
  3. 3.BAE Systems Spectral Solutions, Sensor Systems - Identification and SurveillanceASW/MD DirectorateHonolulu

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-8883-4
  • Copyright Information Springer Netherlands 2009
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4020-8882-7
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4020-8883-4
  • Series Print ISSN 1874-6519
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