Accession Number : ADA117398

Title :   Heuristic Information Processing as Implemented in Target Motion Resolution Analysis of Radar Data.

Descriptive Note : Conference paper,

Corporate Author : ARMY ELECTRONICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMAND WSMR NM ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES LAB

Personal Author(s) : Hynes,John N ; Jimarez,David S

PDF Url : ADA117398

Report Date : 18 Jun 1982

Pagination or Media Count : 14

Abstract : The two new processes for MLRS (Multiple Lauch Rocket System) base and spin frequency tracking have made significant advances in the quality and speed with which data are produced for that project. Routine processing of these parameters can now be performed, using data technicians, in less than a tenth of the time formerly required by a trained analyst. While developed primarily for the MLRS, each process also has applicability to similar classes of targets, thus reducing later developmental efforts. In the future, developments in this area will continue, becoming more sophisticated and having wider applicability, helping to support the increasingly demanding test and evaluation needs of our new weapons systems.

Descriptors :   *Information processing, *Rocket launchers, *Rocket targets, *Heuristic methods, Parameters, Interactive graphics, Doppler radar, C band, Minicomputers, Data processing, Digital systems, Computer graphics, Resolution, Test and evaluation, Weapon systems, Spinning(Motion), Frequency, Tracking

Subject Categories : Information Science
      Rockets

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE