Adaptive multi-sensor biomimetics for unsupervised submarine hunt (AMBUSH): D69-47/2014E-PDF
early results /
"Underwater surveillance is inherently difficult because acoustic wave propagaation and transmission are limited and unpredictable when targets and sensors move around in the communication-opaque undersea environment"--Abstract.
|Department/Agency||Defence R&D Canada. Atlantic Research Centre.|
|Title||Adaptive multi-sensor biomimetics for unsupervised submarine hunt (AMBUSH)|
|Subtitle||early results /|
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