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Computer simulated missile-target engagement with a Luenberger Observer and a ground observer
Gerald L. Painter
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
The technique of proportional navigation is applied to a three dimensional missile-target engagement model. A Luenberger observer is developed to reduce the effects of noise or jamming to the missile"s seeker head. A ground observer which computes the deviations in target position and velocity and uplinks the deviations to the missile is also evaluated using the Kalman Filter theory to determine the benefits of the additional information provided to the missile.
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Computer simulated missile-target engagement with a Luenberger Observer and a ground observer. By Gerald L. Painter. Download PDF (5 MB) Abstract. Approved for public release; distribution is technique of proportional navigation is applied to a three dimensional missile-target engagement model.
Author: Gerald L. Painter. Computer Simulated Missile-Target Engagement With a Luenberger Observer and a Ground Observer missile-target engagement model. A Luenberger observer is developed to reduce the effects of noise. LFCTi8 THESIS COMPUTER SIMULATED MISSILE-TARGET ENGAGEMENT WITH A LUENBERGER OBSERVER AND A GROUND OBSERVER by GERALD L.
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