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Challenges with bearings only tracking for missile guidance systems and how to cope with them.

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Challenges with bearings only tracking for missile guidance systems and how to cope with them. / Watson, A.; Mihaylova, Lyudmila; Vorley, D.

2010. Paper presented at MCM ITP Conference, Manchester, UK, .

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Watson, A, Mihaylova, L & Vorley, D 2010, 'Challenges with bearings only tracking for missile guidance systems and how to cope with them.', Paper presented at MCM ITP Conference, Manchester, UK, 19/10/10 - 20/10/10. <http://www.mcmitp.com/>

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Watson, A., Mihaylova, L., & Vorley, D. (2010). Challenges with bearings only tracking for missile guidance systems and how to cope with them.. Paper presented at MCM ITP Conference, Manchester, UK, . http://www.mcmitp.com/

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Watson A, Mihaylova L, Vorley D. Challenges with bearings only tracking for missile guidance systems and how to cope with them.. 2010. Paper presented at MCM ITP Conference, Manchester, UK, .

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Watson, A. ; Mihaylova, Lyudmila ; Vorley, D. / Challenges with bearings only tracking for missile guidance systems and how to cope with them. Paper presented at MCM ITP Conference, Manchester, UK, .9 p.

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