Selected Papers on Sensor and Data Fusion

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  • ISBN-13: 9780819422651
  • Publisher: SPIE Press
  • Publication date: 7/1/1996
  • Series: SPIE Milestone Series
  • Pages: 624

Table of Contents

Preface
Research issues in surveillance for C[superscript 3] 3
System theoretic challenges and research opportunities in military C[superscript 3] systems 16
Classifier integration with multiple sensors 21
On combining uncertain messages using belief functions 26
A geometric feature relation graph formulation for consistent sensor fusion 32
The case for like-sensor predetection fusion 47
Some aspects of fusion in estimation theory 62
Command and control C2 theory: a challenge to control science 65
Stochastic teams with nonclassical information revisited: when is an affine law optimal? 73
Decentralized multicriteria optimization of linear stochastic systems 79
Leader-follower strategies for multilevel systems 90
Teams, signaling, and information theory 102
NCTR plus sensor fusion equals IFFN or can two plus two equal five? 110
Detection with distributed sensors 131
Data fusion of decentralized local tracker outputs 140
Hypothesis testing in a distributed environment 153
Robust data fusion for multisensor detection systems 157
Optimum distributed detection of weak signals in dependent sensors 172
Decentralized sequential detection with a fusion center performing the sequential test 186
Decision rules for distributed decision networks with uncertainties 196
Think globally, act locally: decentralized supervisory control 206
Distributed detection with consulting sensors and communication cost 223
Decentralized sequential detection 231
An information theoretic approach to the distributed detection problem 243
Default reasoning as likelihood reasoning 253
Does probability have a place in non-monotonic reasoning? 257
Fusion, propagation, and structuring in belief networks 261
A reasoning model based on an extended Dempster-Shafer theory 310
Computational methods for a mathematical theory of evidence 317
A unified foundation for data fusion 325
New results for the product space approach to conditional event algebra and the extension to relational event algebra with applications to data fusion 346
A general theory for the fusion of data 366
Benefits of soft sensors and probabilistic fusion 383
Fuzzy sets as a basis for a theory of possibility 395
Artificial intelligence: a new dimension in EW 423
Multi spectral and multi sensor adaptive automatic object recognition 431
IR/MMW fusion ATR 444
A unified approach to multi-sensor simulation of target signatures 456
Sensor data fusion 492
Model-based sensory pattern fusion 506
Feature space sensory pattern fusion 530
Multiple sensor data association and fusion in aerospace applications 551
Behavioral knowledge in sensor/data fusion systems 592
Author Index 607
Subject Index 609
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