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An optical tracker for the maritime environment
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Optical (visual) tracking is an important research area in computer vision with a wide range of useful and critical applications in defence and industry. Expand
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Non-uniformity correction and bad pixel replacement on LWIR and MWIR images
To fully exploit the potential of current generation infrared focal plane arrays, it is crucial to correct for the fixed pattern noise. This paper presents two-point non-uniformity corrections (NUC)Expand
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Investigation into the use of a personal computer for generating real-time infrared imagery
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We investigated the use of a new generation of personal computer graphics accelerators to generate real-time infrared imagery, using OpenGL as the graphics library. Expand
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Optical characterization of small surface targets
Present-day naval operations take place in coastal environments as well as narrow straits all over the world. Coastal environments around the world are exhibiting a number of threats to naval forces.Expand
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IRST infrared background analysis of bay environments
Present-day naval operations take place in coastal environments as well as narrow straits all over the world. Coastal environments around the world are exhibiting a number of threats to naval forces.Expand
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Quantitative analysis of the improvement in omnidirectional maritime surveillance and tracking due to real-time image enhancement
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Tracking targets in a panoramic image is in many senses the inverse problem of tracking targets with a narrow field of view camera on a pan-tilt pedestal. Expand
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Quantitative analysis of the improvement in high zoom maritime tracking due to real-time image enhancement
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This work aims to evaluate the improvement in the performance of tracking small maritime targets due to real-time enhancement of the video streams from high zoom cameras on pan-tilt pedestal. Expand
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Measurement of atmospheric MTF in a littoral environment
Measurement of atmospheric modulation transfer function (MTF) derived from the point spread function is an alternative to the use of scintillometry in characterizing the effects of turbulence as wellExpand
Software-only IR image generation and reticle simulation for the HWIL testing of a single detector frequency modulated reticle seeker
Hardware-in-the-Loop (HWIL) testing of seeker systems usually requires a 5-axis flight motion simulator (FMS) coupled to expensive hardware for infrared (IR) scene generation and projection. SimilarExpand
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