Exploitation of Target Scattering in Airborne ASW Systems
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P.O. Box 787, Severna Park, MD, 21146
AbstractNot Available The military and Navy have found modeling and simulation cost effective for training, design, testing, development, and mission rehearsal as operational equipment has become more complex and costly to operate. Distributed simulations are being fielded to allow a wide range of simulators, simulations, platforms, sensors, and live forces to participate in common exercises. The realism and effectiveness of such simulations is improved through the incorporation of synthetic representation of terrain. A realistic synthetic representation of terrain is a critical element of simulations for training, planning and decision making. This project will develop an advanced feature correlation and terrain rendering approach that alleviates known problems with traditional terrain generation techniques. The Phase I technical objective is to demonstrate the feasibility of an advanced terrain modeling and rendering approach that provides realistic synthetic terrain for training simulation applications.
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