Surface target tracking in WGS-84 coordinates
K.S. Kulpa , Edward Śliwa , Jacek Misiurewicz
AbstractThe paper presents a method for surface target tracking using geographical WGS-84 coordinates instead of classical Cartesian coordinates. Use of geographical coordinates simplifies data generalization when more than one radar is used in command and control (CC) applications, and is very useful for airborne radars, when using the flat Cartesian coordinate system can introduce significant errors
|Book||13th International Conference on Microwaves, Radar and Wireless Communications. 2000. MIKON-2000, vol. 2, 2000|
|Keywords in English||airborne radar, airborne radars, Artificial Intelligence, Azimuth, CC applications, command and control applications, command and control systems, computational modeling, data generalization, Earth, geographical WGS-84 coordinates, Global Positioning System, military radar, nonlinear equations, radar detection, radar theory, radar tracking, surface target tracking, target tracking, Taylor series|
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