Computational Reconstruction of an Anti-Aircraft Artillery Firing Scenario
Keywords:acoustic locator, anti-aircraft artillery, computational methods,
The paper describes a computational reconstruction of an anti-aircraft artillery firing scenario and its use in analyzing firing data. Computational reconstruction supported by 3D visualization can be a useful tool for evaluating soldiers’ training. A system for collecting, analyzing and visualizing the results of anti-aircraft artillery firing is described. The information collected can then be re-used to evaluate of the effectiveness of soldiers’ training, making optimal use of available data. Particular attention is paid to the solution to the problem of restoring the trajectory of the target and the projectiles, and to their synchronization in time.
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