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A decision support tool for a Ground Air Traffic Control application

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4 Author(s)
Jousselme, A.-L. ; Defense R & D Canada - Valcartier, Quebec City, QC, Canada ; Maupin, P. ; Debaque, B. ; Prevost, D.

Designing an optimal video camera network for monitoring ground activities is a critical problem to ensure sufficient performance in video surveillance system. Several authors have addressed this issue in the past, and considered this problem to be essentially a coverage optimization problem. Because of its nature and complexity, this problem is considered to be a multiobjective global optimization problem. In this paper we propose a basic concept for the design of a decision support tool for the deployment of C4ISR systems in general and Ground Air Traffic Control systems in particular. A novel and general formulation of coverage based on distance degraded ROC curves is proposed. This representation allows the user to define in a flexible as well as expressive way a wide variety of constraint combinations to build a sensor placement solution. Visualizations are provided to the user for a meaningful selection among the optimal solution computed. First results with the proposed approach are presented on a Ground Air Traffic Control case study aiming at the positioning of camera networks for the detection and localization of moving objects on runways.

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Information Fusion (FUSION), 2012 15th International Conference on

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9-12 July 2012