Amy S. Smith-Carroll

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Statistical mechanics has proven to be a useful model for drawing inferences about the collective behavior of individual objects that interact according to a known force law (which for a more general usage is referred to as interacting units.). Collective behavior is determined not by computing F = ma for each interacting unit because the problem is(More)
For many applications of radar and sensor based filtering, simulations can not represent the sole estimate of performance, provide points where threats become engagable, or determine when to use weapons' platform based sensors effectively in an engagement, etc... No significant advances have been proposed to analytically characterize performance or at least(More)
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