aided tracking


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aided tracking

[′ād·əd ′trak·iŋ]
(engineering)
A system of radar-tracking a target signal in bearing, elevation, or range, or any combination of these variables, in which the rate of motion of the tracking equipment is machine-controlled in collaboration with an operator so as to minimize tracking error.
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For example, another database, CATCH (Computer Aided Tracking and Characterization of Homicides), is an application that uses artificial neural networks and mathematical algorithms to assist in the analysis of murders and sexual assaults.
Given this leap-ahead performance, it is expected that this DASS technology will revolutionize the Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking (SARSAT) market.
This proposed Act establishes a technology aided tracking system between and among government agencies to ensure an efficient administration of the program," the author pointed out.