July - September 1998, Volume 19, Number 3

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In Memoriam

    In Memoriam
   K. Moorjani

   

Basic Research

   Jim's Bright Idea (Reprinted from New Scientist [6 June 1998])
   R. Taylor

   

Applied Research

   Development and Use of Electromagnetic Parabolic Equation Propagation Models for U.S. Navy Applications
   G. D. Dockery

   Infrared Refractive Index and Thermo-optic Coefficient Measurement at APL
   W. J. Tropf and M. E. Thomas

   

Development

   Aircraft Wake Detection Using Bistatic Radar: Analysis of Experimental Results
   R. J. Iannuzzelli, C. E. Schemm, F. J. Marcotte, L. P. Manzi, H. E. Gilreath, J. M. Hanson, Jr., D. A. Frostbutter, A. S. Hughes, A. D. Bric, D. L. Kershner, and L. E. McKenzie

   Exo-atmospheric Discrimination of Thrust Termination Debris and Missile Segments
   C. Resch

   Parametric Classification Techniques for Theater Ballistic Missile Defense
   G. L. Silberman

   

Test and Evaluation

   Differential Global Positioning System Navigation Using High-Frequency Ground Wave Transmissions
   J. R. Vetter and W. A. Sellers

   

Book Reviews

   Webspace Engineering
   B. Benokraitis

   Optical Signal Processing
   J. N. Lee

   

Miscellanea

   Publications, Presentations, and Colloquia

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