Processing Results from the CREST Program

Donald J. Fabozzi II, Stanley E. Borek, and Edward M. Starczewski
Rome Laboratory / OCSA
26 Electronic Parkway
Rome, NY 13440
tel: (315) 330-7750

Abstract CREST (Common Research Environment for STAP Processing) is an ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) sponsored program to bring the power of high speed computing, a large experimental database and visual processing tools to the desktops of the DoD research community. The CREST project is providing software tools that can search, generate, and process significant quantities of data remotely at the MHPCC (Maui High Performance Computing Center) through a user-friendly interface. This session demonstrates the CREST software tools: the RLSTAP/ADT Rome Lab Space Time Adaptive Processing/Algorithm Development Tool) and the CREST Data Library. The CREST Data Library exhibit remote query, display, and download of both RSTER data and associated experimental results. The RLSTAP demonstrates both local and remote visual STAP processing on the selected RSTER file(s). The demonstrations exhibit, in real time, inter-cpi detection and visualization characteristics that would otherwise be too timely for operation on standalone workstations.


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