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Genetic Programming for Automatic Target Classification and Recognition

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Genetic Programming for Automatic Target Classification and Recognition
We use the genetic programming (GP) paradigm for two tasks. The first task given a GP is the generation of rules for the target / clutter classification of a set of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images, the second, the generation of rules for the identification of tanks in a second set of SAR images. To perform these tasks, previously defined feature sets are generated on the various images, and GP is used to select relevant features and methods of analyzing these features. GP results are then compared with previous work using the feature sets.
Stephen A. Stanhope, Jason M. Daida
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Year 1998
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Authors Stephen A. Stanhope, Jason M. Daida
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