Laser Close-Range Location Remote Sensors Invariant Under Aerosol Media
The complex of the remote laser sensors which are widely adopted as close- range location systems in aerocosmic techniques and technologies using robotechnical systems, is related to a class of adaptive systems. However with limited input sampling it is impossible to use known nonparametric and parametric adaptation principles. For such situations variation-parametric adaptation methods invariant under destabilizing factors have been developed in this paper. The essence is that the system varies its radiation parameters during nation dynamics process, the medium reaction is analized and derision is made according to the results of the analysis. The parameters to be varied are those which provide the maximum change of interference indication and the minimum for the object signal in the reflected.
MITSENKO, I. D. (1996) "Laser Close-Range Location Remote Sensors Invariant Under Aerosol Media," Turkish Journal of Physics: Vol. 20: No. 4, Article 25. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/physics/vol20/iss4/25