Science and Technology for Precision Engagement – Part II

This issue of the Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest is the second of two issues devoted to science and technologies that are being pursued by APL's Precision Engagement Business Area. From developing models and simulations to better understand the environmental effects on aerodynamic stability of small unmanned aircraft in complex environments, to conducting field demonstrations of autonomous operation of unmanned systems, the Business Area has devoted considerable resources to improving operational performance in the realms of command, control, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C2ISR) and engagement.


Science and Technology for Precision Engagement – Part II: Guest Editor's Introduction
Susan B. Kennedy

Closed-Loop Collaborative Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Resource Management
Andrew J. Newman and Jonathan T. DeSena

Upstream Data Fusion: History, Technical Overview, and Applications to Critical Challenges

Andrew J. Newman and Glenn E. Mitzel

Detection and Recognition of 3-D Targets in Panchromatic and in Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery Using a Map-Seeking Circuit Algorithm

Patricia K. Murphy, Pedro A. Rodriguez, and Cameron K. Peterson

Geo-Location Using Direction Finding Angles
Michael T. Grabbe and Brandon M. Hamschin

High-Fidelity Antenna Pattern Modeling with Lidar Characterization

Jeffrey J. Dumm, Michael P. Boyle, and John P. Clancy

MISCELLANEA

APL Achievement Awards and Prizes
Linda L. Maier-Tyler



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