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|Target location errors derived from a hypothetical target tracking system
|Crombie, Michael A.
|U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories.
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
|ETL ; 0531.
Abstract: An error analysis of a hypothetical target tracking system developed around an ongoing real-time attitude (RTA) project at the Space Programs Laboratory was performed at the U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories. An extensive set of tables of target errors was developed as a function of a variety of collection geometries and system component random errors. The target tracking system includes RT A, a real-time positioning capability, an automatic target sensor, and a slant range measuring device. The system components were characterized in the study by their expected random errors. For example, the real-time positioning capability in this study reflects the expected range of GPS errors.
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