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Title: Environmental Awareness for Sensor and Emitter Employment (EASEE)
Authors: Wilson, D. Keith.
Yamamoto, Kenneth K.
Keywords: Atmospheric effects
Mission planning
Signal propagation
Signature physics
Computer programs
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: ERDC/CRREL ; TR-14-27
Abstract: Simulating, understanding, and planning for environmental impacts on signal transmission and sensor performance has become important to many modern-day Army missions. This report describes the second version of a software package called Environmental Awareness for Sensor and Emitter Employment (EASEE) that was designed to fulfill this need. EASEE’s Java-based calculation engine can be integrated into many other software environments that support military command and control (C2) systems, decision support tools (DSTs), and force-on-force simulations. By incorporating Java generics and many other extensions, EASEE Version 2 has matured into a highly flexible, robust software architecture for modeling atmosphere and terrain effects on acoustic, seismic, radio-frequency, visible, infrared, chemical and biological, and other signal modalities. This report describes the overall software design and its hierarchies of programming objects, such as signal features; statistical models; inference models; and modules for signal emissions, propagation, sensing, and processing.
Description: Technical Report
Gov't Doc #: ERDC/CRREL TR-14-27
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