Visualization of improved target acquisition algorithm for Janus (A)
Whitney, Mark R.
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This thesis successfully demonstrates the ability to apply realistic visualization to a training application with a commercially available software program. It is increasingly important with the trend of decreasing military spending to maintain force readiness through quality training. Utilization of realistic visualization in simulations of realtime scenarios is essential to achieving this quality training. This thesis utilizes the Improved Target Acquisition Algorithm for Janus (A) in the visualization of sensor to moving target lines of sight. This visualization takes place in an obstruction constrained terrain using a representation of the higher resolution one meter style Pegasus database numbers.
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