Electronic Warfare

Architecting Information Acquisition To Satisfy Competing Goals with Kenneth J. Hintz

Information Based Sensor Management  (IBSM) was briefly described in an earlier posting, but the question arises as to what are the criteria which led to this inevitable approach to sensor management.  That is, how do you architect the noncommensurate elements of IBSM while satisfying competing mission goals.  We present here a brief synopsis of an …

February 2021 Releases from Artech House – including a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of diffraction of two-dimensional canonical structures

Artech House is pleased to announce the publications of three titles in February 2021. Electromagnetic Diffraction Modeling and Simulation with MATLAB Gökhan Apaydin, Levent Sevgi This exciting new resource presents a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of diffraction of two-dimensional canonical structures, including wedge, strip, and triangular cylinder with different boundary conditions. Maxwell equations are discussed, …

January 2021 New Releases from Artech House – Including a New Adamy Release

Artech House is pleased to announce the publications of two titles in January 2021. EW 105: Space Electronic Warfare David L. Adamy The fifth book in the bestselling Artech House EW 100 series explores electronic warfare (EW) in space. Practical problems – including intercept and jamming of hostile signals transmitted from the Earth’s surface and …

Problem Solving 101 with Kenneth Hintz – Sensor management in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance

At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing. Read on to see what Kenneth Hintz, who wrote Sensor Management in ISR, has to say about his book: Sensor management in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) …

Integrating Theories to Manage Sensors with Kenneth Hintz

Artech author Kenneth Hintz gave us insight into theories of sensor management: There is no single theory of sensor management due to the heterogeneity of sensors (physical, social, cyber, database), applicable mathematics (game theory, estimation, information, statistics, probability), and users with different needs (strategic, tactical) and values (local, national, political, ethical).  What started out as …