Integrated Fusion, Performance Prediction, and Sensor Management for Automatic Target Exploitation
A Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) Research Program
- The Ohio State University: Randy Moses (PI), Lee Potter, Emre Ertin
- Boston University: David Castanon, W. Clem Karl
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Alan Willsky, John W. Fisher III, Mujdat Cetin
- Florida State University: Anuj Srivastava
- University of Michigan: Al Hero
A complete roster and web page links may be found at MURIPeople.
The goal of the research is to develop an integrated systems theory that jointly treats information fusion, control, and adaptation for automatic target exploitation (ATE) that addresses:
- Multiple, dynamic sensors
- Multiple sensing modalities
- Resource-constrained environments
An executive summary of the research program is given here: Media:executive_summary.pdf.
- MURI 2008 Annual Review Meeting, November 3, 2008
- MURI 2007 Annual Review Meeting, September 14, 2007
- MURI Boston Meeting, December 15, 2006
- Faculty and/or student representatives from all universities, as well as AFRL, met at the MIT campus for a poster session and discussions on research interactions.
- MURI KickoffMeeting, July 21, 2006
MURIPublications: links to publications resulting from this program.
MURI-Reports: links to reports on this program.
MURICode: links to software related to this research.
MURITutorial: papers and other background and tutorial information related to this research program can be found here.
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