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10 September 2001 Target recognition performance as a function of sampling
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The effect of sampling, or aliasing, on target recognition performance (discriminating between armored tracked, armored wheeled, and soft wheeled classes of tactical vehicles) is investigated in this research. A recognition target set was processed with various levels of blur and aliasing. Integrated spurious response levels were set to 0, 0.3, 0.6, and 0.9. A perception experiment was conducted with U.S. Army soldiers at Ft. Benning, Georgia to determine the impact of blur and aliasing on recognition performance. The results are described in this paper.
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Nicole M. Devitt, Ronald G. Driggers, Richard H. Vollmerhausen, Steven K. Moyer, Keith A. Krapels, and John Desomond O'Connor "Target recognition performance as a function of sampling", Proc. SPIE 4372, Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing XII, (10 September 2001);

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