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A New System of the Real Time Infrared Scene Simulator

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This paper represents a new real-time infrared scene simulator. It has two PENTIUM 266MHz CPUs, the hardware of Z-BUFFER and the architecture based on PCI bus. The hardware architecture of the system and the schematic diagram are given and show how the great significance was achieved. Finally , the experimental results indicate that the simulator can meet the great demand of application in practice.

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Shen, P., Li, H. & Wu, C. A New System of the Real Time Infrared Scene Simulator. International Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves 19, 1221–1228 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1022624810212

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  • new type
  • infrared scene simulator
  • parallel processing
  • PCI bus
  • Z-buffer