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Speaker Title
Capt. Ryan Henry
Sponsor Welcome
Lloyd Griffiths
University of Colorado
Keynote Address
Adaptive Arrays: An Early Perspective
Gerard W. Titi
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
SESSION I - Mountaintop Overview
Herbert Aumann
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Aircraft Motion Emulation: Technique and Implementation of an
IDPCA Antenna
Mark E. Davis
Rome Laboratory
Mountaintop STAP Database Characteristics
Arthur B. Baggeroer
Stuart R. DeGraaf
Sidelobe Reduction via Adaptive FIR Filtering
James H. Michels
Muralidhar Rangaswamy

Rome Laboratory
A Parametric Model-Based Multichannel Detection Algorithm for Partially Correlated Signals and Noise
Christopher Wilson
Robert Roach

Vista Research, Inc.
Calibration of an Airborne Array Using Clutter Data
Dan Rabideau
Rome Laboratory
Computationally Efficient Subspace Tracking
Larry Brennan
Adaptive Sensors, Inc.
James Ward
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Space-Time Processing with Prolate Sequences
William Ballance
Hughes Aircraft Company
Degree-of-Freedom Efficient Space-Time Processing
Edward J. Baranoski
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Sparse Network Array Processing
James K. Day
Robert M. Cooper

A Constrained Comparison of Low PRF STAP Architectures
Don Tufts
University of Rhode Island
SESSION III - NRL Experience
Frederick M. Staudaher
Naval Research Laboratory
Adaptive Array Data Collection and Results
William Harrison
Lockheed Sanders
Donald W. Tufts
University of Rhode Island
Rapidly Adaptive Mainbeam Jammer Nulling
Bernard Steinberg
University of Pennsylvania
Use of NRL Data to Test Early Adaptive Beamforming Algorithms
James Ward
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
SESSION IV - STAP Mountaintop Results
Steven T. Smith
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Mountaintop and IDPCA Environment Characteristics
Mark L. Pugh
James H. Michels/Lisa K. Slaski

Rome Laboratory
STAP Analysis of Mountaintop Clutter Data
Daniel Marshall
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Preliminary STAP Performance with Mountaintop IDPCA Data
Thomas Miller
Hughes Aircraft Company
SESSION V - Jammer Multipath Phenomenology
and Mitigation
Jen King Jao
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Application of Two-Scale Surface Scattering to Bistatic Clutter Modeling
Robert A. Gabel
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Mountaintop Bistatic Scattering Measurements Program
Scott D. Coutts
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Mountaintop Jammer Multipath Mitigation Experiment
Thomas Miller
Hughes Aircraft Company
Jammer Multipath Modeling and Mitigation
C. Louis Basham
Science Applications
International Corporation
Mitigation of Multipath Jamming by Space-Time Adaptive Processing
O. Brovko/B.J. Heiman
T.T. Nguyen

Hughes Aircraft Company
High PRF TSI Mitigation in Fighter Radars
Arthur B. Baggeroer
L.R. Burgess, J.F. Bull,
D.J. Farina and R.A. McEntee

Flam & Russell, Inc.
Beamspace Superresolution Applied to Low-Angle Tracking
Craig Fitzpatrick
Johns Hopkins University
Adaptive Monopulse Ambiguity Resolution for a Missile Seeker
John Hormel
Grumman Aerospace and Electronics
Precision Interferometric Calibration
John Rose
U. S. Army Missile Command
Adaptive Seeker Test Data
Chrysostomos L. Nikias
University of Southern California
A New Robust Array Processing Method Based upon the
Cauchy Beamformer
David Martinez
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
SESSION VI - STAP Architecture
Greg Bolstad
Hughes Aircraft Company
Michael Pascale
Mark Richards
John Samson
Gary Shaw
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Panel Discussion
Allan Steinhardt
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
SESSION VII - Advanced Topics
Daniel R. Fuhrmann
Washington University
Adaptive Beamforming for Sensor Arrays with Polarization Diversity
Harry B. Lee
Atlantic Aerospace Electronics Corporation
Robust Direction Finding for Sources Having Unknown Polarizations
Michael D. Zoltowski
Purdue University
Closed Form Simultaneous Estimation of Azimuth and Elevation Angles
Allan Steinhardt
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Foundations of Adaptive Detection
R. T. Compton, Jr.
Compton Research, Inc.
Effects of Multipath Jamming on an Adaptive Array
Frank C. Robey
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Fully Adaptive Airborne Radar Nulling



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