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User guide for Artemis with convergence and range dependence User guide for Artemis with convergence and range dependence

Date added: 09/11/2014
Date modified: 09/11/2014
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User guide for Artemis with convergence and range dependence. Harrison, Chris H. CMRE-SP-2014-001. September 2014.

Artemis is a sonar performance model that calculates target echo level and reverberation in a range-dependent environment. Unlike earlier versions that were based on energy flux [Harrison, NURC Report: NURC-FR-2011-009, (2011)], this version includes caustics and ray convergence effects using a technique described in [Harrison, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133, 3777-3789, (2013)].

The Ninth International Conference on Information Fusion (Fusion 2006) Final Conference Report The Ninth International Conference on Information Fusion (Fusion 2006) Final Conference Report

Date added: 10/01/2006
Date modified: 08/13/2012
Filesize: 2.37 MB

The Ninth International Conference on Information Fusion (Fusion 2006) Final Conference Report. Coraluppi, S. ; Baldacci, A. ; Carthel, C. ; Willett, P. ; Lynch, R. ; Marano, S. ; Farina, A. NURC-SP-2006-005. October 2006.

The 9th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION 2006) was held on 10-13 July 2006 in Florence, Italy. The FUSION conference series serves as the annual gathering and is the flagship event of the International Society of Information Fusion.  The International Society of Information Fusion is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge, theory and applications of information fusion.  Through its website, conferences, publications and member services, it is its goal to encourage the exchange of information among information fusion professionals worldwide.  This document is the final conference report that, along with the transfer of conference funds to ISIF and IEEE, represents the main deliverable from the FUSION 2006 organizing committee.  It includes an overview of the conference planning process, a discussion of key policy decisions, a complete listing of the conference program, committee members, special session organizers, session chairs, and conference attendees, a description of the related social events, the final budget, lessons learned, and recommendations to the ISIF Board of Directors.  NURC provided high-visibility contributions to FUSION 2006: the General Co-chair, Technical Chair, Local Arrangements and Finance Chair, several members of the Technical Program Committee, numerous paper contributions, financial sponsorship, and publication of the CD-ROM proceeding.

The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - User Guide. The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - User Guide.

Date added: 08/01/2011
Date modified: 09/12/2012
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The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - User Guide. Strode, C.; Oddone, M. NURC-SP-2011-002. August 2011

This overview is designed to introduce the user to the major functionality of the Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid in order to facilitate its use within both the scienti c and operational maritime communities. The guide begins with installation instructions followed by a description of the major components of the input le format. This includes the environmental and propagation model details together with sensor and platform motion components. Example output le format is then described together with Matlab code to facilitate more detailed plotting and analysis functionality. The optimisation mode of the tool is introduced and described by means of simple example scenarios. Finally, the batch processing mode is described such that the core acoustic and contact generation modules may be used to generate results while suppressing any graphical output. This may be used to incorporate MSTPA into existing simulation frameworks.

The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - user guide V4.5.0 The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - user guide V4.5.0

Date added: 01/12/2016
Date modified: 01/12/2016
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The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - User Guide V.4.5.0. Strode, Christopher.; Oddone, Manlio CMRE-SP-2016-001. January 2016

This overview is designed to introduce the user to the major functionality of the Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) in order to facilitate its use within both the scientific and operational maritime communities. The guide begins with installation instructions followed by a description of the major components of the input file format. This includes the environmental and propagation model details together with sensor and platform motion components. Example output file format is then described together with Matlab code to facilitate more detailed plotting and analysis functionality. The optimisation mode of the tool is introduced and described by means of simple example scenarios. Finally, the batch processing mode is described such that the core acoustic and contact generation modules may be used to generate results while suppressing any graphical output. This may be used to incorporate MSTPA into existing simulation frameworks.

The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - user guide V4.3.1 Beta The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - user guide V4.3.1 Beta

Date added: 01/12/2016
Date modified: 01/12/2016
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The Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) - User Guide V.4.3.1 Beta. Strode, Christopher.; Oddone, Manlio CMRE-SP-2015-001. February 2015

This overview is designed to introduce the user to the major functionality of the Multistatic Tactical Planning Aid (MSTPA) in order to facilitate its use within both the scientific and operational maritime communities. The guide begins with installation instructions followed by a description of the major components of the input file format. This includes the environmental and propagation model details together with sensor and platform motion components. Example output file format is then described together with MATLAB code to facilitate more detailed plotting and analysis functionality. The optimisation mode of the tool is introduced and described by means of simple example scenarios. Finally, the batch processing mode is described such that the core acoustic and contact generation modules may be used to generate results while suppressing any graphical output. This may be used to incorporate MSTPA into existing simulation frameworks.

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