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Visual Communications and Image Processing '92
The conventional two-dimensional Rough transform technique is generalized into a projection-based transform method by using the modified Radon transform for estimating a three-dimensional target tracks embedded in a time-sequential set of image frames. The targets of concern are dim, unresolved point targets moving along straight paths across a same field of view. Since the target signal-to-noise is low and the spatial extend of the target is less than a pixel, one must rely on integration overdoi:10.1117/12.131435 fatcat:gj25rngumjh5joigsa3p7ys4gq