Some notes on search, detection and localization modeling (Revised)
Forrest, F. Neagle
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Contents: Detection theory and detection models; Decision criteria; Two detection models; Detection model applications; Search theory and search models; The probability of detection during a search; Experimental validation of detection models; Sweep width determination for a random track angle; A parallel sweep search model; The optimal allocation of search effort problem; Target position probability distributions which change in time
NPS Report NumberNPS55F075041 (Revised)
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