Audio information concerning targets generally includes direction, frequencies and energy levels. One use of audio cueing is to use direction information to help determine where more sensitive visual direction and acquisition sensors should be directed. Generally, use of audio cueing will shorten times required for visual detection, although there could be circumstances where the audio information is misleading and degrades visual performance. Audio signatures can also be useful for helping classify the emanating platform, as well as to provide estimates of its velocity. The Janus combat simulation is the premier high resolution model used by the Army and other agencies to conduct research. This model has a visual detection model which essentially incorporates algorithms as described by Hartman(1985). The model in its current form does not have any sound cueing capability. This report is part of a research effort to investigate the utility of developing such a capability
aq/aq cc:9116 05/04/98
Mansager, Bard K; Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Mathematics
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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Mathematics.