A Windows-Based Facility for SIDP SBS Applications
In this paper, a windows-based facility is presented for analysis, algorithm development, testing and validation studies for Signal, Image and Data Processing (SIDP) for Space-Based Surveillance (SBS) Applications. The facility is called AUG_SIDP. It performs several specific tasks such as blur estimation, restoration, CFAR detection, clutter modeling, target tracking and classification.
KeywordsTarget Tracking Velocity Filter Menu Item Inverse Filter Integrate Development Environment
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