Modeling and Simulation in Electro-Optical and Infrared EO/IR Systems (18 hrs)
Develop the techniques of modeling and simulation of modern Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems. These techniques can be applied to systems design, analysis, test and evaluation, and performance assessment. Cover basis EO/IR physics principles, fundamental M&S approaches, methods of modeling and simulating electro-optical systems, components and phenomenology (targets, clutter, and propagation); and simulation scenario development.
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Who Should Attend
Engineers, scientists, and managers interested in techniques, methods, and applications of modeling and simulation associated with electro-optical and infrared (EO/IR) system design, testing, and analysis. This course requires knowledge of EO/IR systems on the level of the Infrared Technology and Applications course as a prerequisite.
Identify major signature drivers in each EO/IR waveband
Understand the modeling and simulation process
Derive requirements for signature and system models
Solve the EO/IR signature equation
Gain expertise in building digital EO/IR models
Understand the verification and validation process for M&S applications
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