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Utility of Experimental Design in Automatic Target Recognition Performance Evaluation
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Radar target recognition is a critical aspect of modern radar system theory. Most target classiﬁcation applications in the past have applied high resolution radars to extract features from the target aircraft which form the basis for the target recognition . In the absence of the high resolution radar, many systems have relied on man-in-. A Novel Performance Evaluation Methodology for Single-Target Trackers Matej Kristan, Member, IEEE, Jiri Matas, Ales Leonardis,ˇ Member, IEEE, Toma´s Vojˇ ´ıˇr, Roman Pﬂugfelder, Gustavo Fernandez, Georg Nebehay, Fatih Porikli and Luka´ Cehovinˇ Abstract—This paper addresses the problem of single-target tracker performance evaluation.
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Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Evaluations 41 Hannum.c01 9/29/06 PM Page 41 Thus, data collected at multiple points in time will reﬂect all parts of the per. This paper addresses the problem of single-target tracker performance evaluation.
We consider the performance measures, the dataset and the evaluation system to be the most important components of tracker evaluation and propose requirements for each of them. The requirements are the basis of a new evaluation methodology that aims at a simple and easily interpretable tracker Cited by: Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) system is widely utilized in engineering.
However, the performance evaluation method for an ATR system is limited. This paper resolves the problem based on the theory of Sugeno fuzzy integration. The performance metrics are firstly measured. Then, a performance evaluation model is developed.
Simulation result shows that, compared to the existing technologies Author: Yan Peng Li, Yu Liang Qin, Hong Qiang Wang. The ATR Technology and Performance Analysis for It. Automatic target recognition (ATR) is the capability for an algorithm or equipment to recognize targets or objects based on the data obtained from sensors [1,2].ATR is an essential component of intelligence systems implemented with various types of sensors [1,3].Therefore, it is of great importance to have an objective and quantitative Cited by: In this chapter we will present the experimental design and the results of the user study that was performed to investigate and evaluate a specific aspect of the InfoCrystal.
The user study consisted of comparing the standard, text-based Boolean query language with the InfoCrystal, where subjects had to perform a recognition and a generation task. vehicle missions is the automatic target recognition (ATR) system. TheATRsystem effectively removes man from the process oftarget acquisition and recognition.
This is desirable since the system with a manin the loop is generally slow, unreliable, vulnerable, andmaylimit theperformance of overall system or mission in real situations . A current critical problem in Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) technology is the inability to effectively evaluate ATR systems performance and component algorithms.
Beyond the problem of evaluating system performance, it is often impossible to determine why a Cited by: 5. Evaluator's Toolbox: Quasi-Experimental Designs. Quasi-experimental designs are excellent research designs to use in evaluative research such as program evaluation.
The director of training at GlobalEd would like to complete a study using a quasi-experimental design and needs your help. This paper offers a compacted mechanism to carry out the performance evaluation work for an automatic target recognition (ATR) system: (a) a standard description of the ATR system's output is.
research designs in an evaluation, and test different parts of the program logic with each one. These designs are often referred to as patched-up research designs (Poister, ), and usually, they do not test all the causal linkages in a logic Size: KB.
Experimental Setup and Performance Evaluation This Appendix describes the experimental setup conﬁgurations and the metrics used for performance evaluation, concerning the experiments carried out across this book framework. It is structured as follows.
Appendix A.1 details the hardware and. QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATIONS Part 6 in a Series on Practical Evaluation Methods Kristin Anderson Moore, Ph.D. OVERVIEW Although experimental studies are described as the “gold standard” for assessing the effectiveness of a program in changing outcomes, in some cases, quasi-experimental studies may be more feasible or Size: KB.
a statistical artifact such that whenever the same variable is measure more than once, if the correlation between the two measures is less than r= or greater than r=then the individuals will tend to score more toward the average score of the group on the second measure than they did on the first measure, even if nothing has changed between the two measures.
Iftekharuddin, K. "Developing Effective Strategies and Performance Metrics for Automatic Target Recognition" $66, October, - April, Iftekharuddin, K. "Wind River's System's WindLink(TM) University Partner Program" $, January, - January, Abstract—This paper addresses the problem of single-target tracker performance evaluation.
We consider the performance measures, the dataset and the evaluation system to be the most important components of tracker evaluation and propose requirements for each of them. The requirements are the basis of a new evaluation methodology that aims at Cited by: In the seventh webinar in this series, Howard White discusses the use of quasi-experimental design and methods in impact evaluation.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ThroughoutBetterEvaluation. ATR (Automatic Target Recognition) designations on the performance of expert image analysts of SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) images. Research approach – A psychophysical study of the performance of 12 expert analysts of SAR images.
Findings – Analyst performance was influenced by ATR Size: 73KB. This evaluation will measure the Compact’s impact on water access and usage in Zarqa and the Jordan Valley, and ultimately its effect on poverty and economic growth.
Activities: Social Impact is implementing a rigorous, quasi-experimental impact evaluation designed to measure individual and synergistic impacts of the three Compact projects.
Quasi-experimental designs are sometimes necessary when social programs are evaluated. Under certain conditions they are preferable to experimental designs with random assignment to treatment and control groups.
This article examines the situations in which. Comparative results from an evaluation of inferred attribute non-attendance are provided for experimental designs optimised for three commonly employed statistical criteria, namely: orthogonality, Bayesian D-efficiency and optimal orthogonality in the difference.
Survey data are from a choice experiment used to value the conservation of threatened native species in New Zealand’s Cited by: In this essay, a fictitious research was evaluated in determining if the design of the study was reliable.
To determine the researchers design credibility, an assessment was made on the independent and dependent variables to determine if they supported the hypothesis.In this study, we determine whether non-experimental designs can replicate the experimental estimates when the data are far less rich, as is often the case in environmental policy evaluation.
We also address a criticism that previous design-replication studies fail to consider the sensitivity of results to the sample (Smith and Todd, ).Cited by: