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Detection of a target leaving intermittent traces

Alan R. Washburn

Detection of a target leaving intermittent traces

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Detection,
  • Mathematical models,
  • Submarines (Ships),
  • Anti-submarine warfare

  • About the Edition

    A target reveals its presence by occasional emission of "blobs" of material that are temporarily detectable by a searcher moving in the same medium. The main question addressed is "how long will it take the searcher to detect a blob?" Diffusion of the blobs in two and three dimensions is included as a special case.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby A.R. Washburn
    ContributionsNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25493933M
    OCLC/WorldCa84098023

    Your Lead Generation is Poor How strong are your leads? Second, our data suggest that whether or not capture occurs is determined, in part, by how targets are represented within higher-order task sets. Large nonferrous targets such as aluminum cans can produce wide audio signals, but the width of those signals will not be wider than the search coil diameter. Examples are used to demonstrate its evaluation process. That is, some patients sent home will actually have cancer, and some patients sent for additional tests will be healthy.

    For example, in that club, my friend also had to answer the phone call from her mother. As the target audio appears, notice where the leading edge of the coil is in relation to the ground. A large positive score as in the case of the Experiment 1 bar in Fig. For example, a medical x-ray image may contain more than a million pixels. Nonetheless, the representations of the two within the task set would have differed in terms of what was encoded with respect to probability of occurrence.

    For example, the two-dimensional plane in this example could be called a diameter-brightness space. Thus, because my friend and I had different sensitivity, only I was able to answer all the phone calls. Here, however, we demonstrate a reduced susceptibility to capture specific to a particular stimulus, even when the task conditions were held constant for our task relevant stimuli i. It is also worth noting that the preceding framework allows for a simple explanation of why perceptual manipulations have been found to affect low probability targets more than high. Recent evidence, however, suggests that it is attentional in nature, with low probability targets requiring more attentional resources than high probability ones to detect.


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Detection of a target leaving intermittent traces by Alan R. Washburn Download PDF Ebook

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A false-positive occurs when the patient does not have cancer, but the test erroneously indicates that they do. Recent evidence, however, suggests that it is attentional in nature, with low probability targets requiring more attentional resources than high probability ones to detect.

Mathematically, hyperspaces are no different from one, two and three-dimensional spaces; however, they have the practical problem of not being able to be displayed in a graphical form in our three-dimensional universe.

Moreover, the elevation information of the sensor platform was introduced to ensure observability of passive measurements and obtain the unique target localization. In three dimensions, regions Detection of a target leaving intermittent traces book separated by planes and curved surfaces.

Sales and marketing are a bit like cats and dogs. At this time, the exact nature of these adjustments and why they occur is still unclear.

For example, as you approach a moderately sized ferrous bearing target, such as a rusted steel bottle cap, the audio signal in the non-motion all-metal mode will begin sounding before the leading edge of the search coil passes over the edge of the target.

Figure shows the next level of complexity, a three-parameter space being represented on the x, y and z axes. Combining the two parameters with simple logic functions would only provide a small improvement.

The capturing stimulus was presented 8 times each twice in each of the four positions mentioned above on low probability target, high probability target and distractor trials. But I have not used this method with my Minelab E-Trac utilizing a Double-D search coil because this machine offers other effective means for identification of questionable targets you may want to read my article "Questionable Signals and How To Decipher Them".

Accordingly, we hypothesized that low probability targets will be less susceptible to capture if the capturing stimulus appears after detection has been initiated and resource deployment has begun.

RGENs efficiently discriminated on-target sites from off-target sites that differ by two bases. This deficit has been observed with a variety of experimental paradigms. Likewise, there is a 0. However, we often underestimate the science that applies to everyday of our lives.

Table 1 Mean accuracies and standard deviations in parentheses from Experiment 1 in percentages Full size table Our main interest was in response times RTwhich we now turn to. As mentioned previously, detection of a target is accomplished when an incoming stimulus matches an internally-held template of the target.

This is quite straightforward for one and two-parameter spaces; the known data points are plotted on a graph such as Fig. Separation between the two regions may be as simple as a straight line, or as complicated as closed regions with irregular borders.

Don't worry about it here; it isn't important. This comes at the price of many false alarms false-positives. This suggests the more general theoretical point that a given task-relevant stimulus can be rendered resistant to capture simply by virtue of the way it is represented within the mental task sets that guide behaviour.

It is also worth noting that the preceding framework allows for a simple explanation of why perceptual manipulations have been found to affect low probability targets more than high. Ask questions and really listen to the answers, you will learn more about the issues at hand and how you can work to correct them.

Experiment 1 As mentioned earlier, the detection of low probability targets, being more attentionally demanding, would leave fewer resources untapped than the detection of high probability targets.

Procedure In the experiment proper, participants observed a single trial block of serially-presented letter stimuli, with the objective of detecting occurrences of two letters that were designated as targets. For example, I was in club with loud music that I barely heard others talking to me.

Suppose the device is tested on two groups: several hundred volunteers known to be healthy nontargetand several hundred volunteers known to have cancer target.

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