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Advances and challenges in multisensor data and information processing.


Advances and challenges in multisensor data and information processing.

Ed. by Eric Lefebvre.

IOS Press


401 pages



NATO security through science series


This work presents papers from the May 2005 NATO Advanced Study Institute on Multisensor Data and Information Processing for Rapid and Robust Situation and Threat Assessment, held in Albena, Bulgaria. The meeting brought together 72 contributors from 13 European and North American countries to discuss the use of information fusion in the context of defense against terrorism. General themes discussed include target recognition and tracking, sensor systems, image processing, remote sensing and remote control, belief functions theory, and situation assessment. Specific topics covered include simulation of distributed sensor networks, underwater threat source localization, sensor performance estimation for multi-camera ambient security systems, multitarget tracking applications of Dezert-Smarandache theory, and polarimetric features and contextual information fusion for automatic target detection and recognition.

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Date:Dec 1, 2007
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