By Imad Mahgoub, Mohammad Ilyas
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The successful completion of this experiment has initiated further research and development to give the NRM greater functionality, automation, and flexibility. Acknowledgments The authors thank the members of the Precision Targeting via Collaborative Networking team at MIT Lincoln Laboratory for formulating many of the concepts discussed in this chapter. The authors also thank Dr. Mari Maeda, formerly of DARPA/ITO, and Dr. Gary Koob of DARPA/IPTO for their encouragement and support of this project.
For this experiment, two SGI O2s were used as sensor surrogates to transmit unprocessed complex SAR imagery generated with range and cross-range resolutions of 1 and 1/4 m, respectively. The sensor surrogates fed data into the OASIS processing chain. To keep the complexity of the system manageable, only the most computationally intensive stage was made remappable. 10), had six options for the NRM ranging from a single SGI processor to six Pentium3 class cluster processors. The HDVI processing was conducted on targets detected on the two images at both resolutions, and image formation was conducted on processors in the local area network.
Sensor Network Protocols by Imad Mahgoub, Mohammad Ilyas