Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented papers at the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2007 that took place from April 9-11, 2006 in Orlando, Florida. The conference is an international symposium for researchers of sensors and sensor processing algorithms and is annually attended by several thousand researchers in industry, government, and academia.
Charles River Analytics presented the following papers at the conference:
• Real-time adaptive classification environment using rules (RACER)
• Evaluation testbed for ATD performance prediction (ETAPP)
• Hybrid methodology for situation assessment model development within an air operations center domain
• Issues and challenges in resource management and its interaction with levels 2/3 fusion with applications to real-world problems: an annotated perspective
• Learning Patterns of Activity for Anomaly Detection
• Video surveillance of pedestrians and vehicles
Research on the above papers was led by Paul G. Gonsalves, Senior Vice President of Decision Management Systems and Principal Scientist, and Magnús S. H. Snorrason, Vice President of Sensor Processing and Networking Systems and Principal Scientist. Mr. Snorrason also served on the Program Committee on Unmanned Systems Technology IX and chaired the session on Perception.