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Modeling and Simulation of Target Existence Probability in Tactical Guidance Missile Seeker Image
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Modeling and Simulation of Target Existence Probability in Tactical Guidance Missile Seeker Image
Seol, SangHwan;
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 Abstract
Maximum lock-on distance in tactical guidance missile using seeker image is estimated by seeker's FOV, resolution and performance of tracking algorithm. In case, a missile is launched beyond the maximum lock-on distance, the missile is guided by INS pure navigation until it enters the lock-on possible zone. However, the probability of a target's existence within seekers images decreases as flight time goes by. Therefore, it is crucial to determine the distance that satisfies a certain target existence probability (TEP) and the maximum lock-on distance in order for an operator to take over the navigation role between two distances. In this paper, simulation which can analyse TEP in tactical guided missile seeker image is designed.
 Keywords
Tactical Missile;Target Existing Probability;
 Language
Korean
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