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Concurrent Multi-Target Tracking

Gottschalk, T. D. (1990) Concurrent Multi-Target Tracking. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Distributed Memory Computing Conference, 1990. IEEE , Piscataway, NJ, pp. 85-88. ISBN 0-8186-2113-3.

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Simulation89 is an emulation of various SDI tasks (tracking, engagement management and ‘look ahead’) developed for the U. S. Air Force. The simulation presently deals with the boost, post-boost and early midcourse phases of a ’mass raid’ scenario, and is designed to process scenarios with a few thousand targets. The simulation is run on the Mark-III hypercube, with individual tasks performed on subcubes of the full hypercube. In general, the computations within individual subcubes are done in a synchronous manner (i.e., CrOS), while communications between tasks/subcubes are done asynchronously.

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Official Citation:T. D. Gottschalk, "Concurrent Multi-Target Tracking," Proceedings of the Fifth Distributed Memory Computing Conference, 1990., 1990, pp. 85-88. doi: 10.1109/DMCC.1990.555366
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