Behavior Subtraction applied to radar
van Rossum, W.L.
Caro Cuenca, M.
An algorithm developed for optical images has been applied to radar data. The algorithm, Behavior Subtraction, is based on capturing the dynamics of a scene and detecting anomalous behavior. The radar application is the detection of small surface targets at sea. The sea surface yields the expected stable background dynamics, while a surface target will change the local dynamics due to its own motion. The results of the new algorithm have been compared with the more traditional STAP algorithm. © 2014 IEEE.
Physics & Electronics
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RT - Radar Technology
TS - Technical Sciences
Defence, Safety and Security
Space time adaptive processing
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., Piscataway, NJ
Proceedings SEE International Radar Conference, Catching the Invisible, RADAR 2014, 13 - 17 October, 2014, Lille, France., 1-6