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Journal of Graphic Era University Vol. 6, Issue 1, 80-93, 2018 ISSN: 0975-1416 (Print), 2456-4281 (Online)

  title={Journal of Graphic Era University Vol. 6, Issue 1, 80-93, 2018 ISSN: 0975-1416 (Print), 2456-4281 (Online)},
  author={Anita Singh and Rajnish Kumar and R. P. Tripathi},
The automatic detection has emerged as a technique in a realistic manner within the field of automation. This is very useful in defence as well as civil sector. The main objective of the paper is to model, simulate and analyse Automatic Target Detection and Shooting (ATDS) of objects, used for target acquisition, tracking, detection and shooting. The proposed paper can be divided into the following techniques:  Improvised parametric ratios algorithm for blob analysis of object recognition… 

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