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5 July 1995 Morphology-based detection/discrimination of ground vehicles in terrain board FLIR imagery
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This paper describes a unified set of algorithms for the detection and discrimination of ground vehicles in second generation FLIR imagery. The computational substrate uses morphological signal processing and fractal analysis for a potential high-speed hardware implementation. The reported results are focused on the discrimination stage of the overall process. We demonstrate significant false alarm reduction through the use of textural and structural measures and a multistage discrimination procedure. The multistage discrimination process combines hard thresholding and fuzzy classification logic.
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Tamar Peli, Dave Widder, Stephen J. Plante, Peter T. Monsen, and Laura Fulton Bennett "Morphology-based detection/discrimination of ground vehicles in terrain board FLIR imagery", Proc. SPIE 2485, Automatic Object Recognition V, (5 July 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.213073
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