complex target

complex target

[′käm‚pleks ′tär·gət]
(engineering)
A radar target composed of a number of reflecting surfaces that, in the aggregate, are smaller in all dimensions than the resolution capabilities of the radar.
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A disconnection approach is simply a way of breaking down a very complex target to make the best path to success more apparent.
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The elitist party further said the weapons and ammunitions produced by the military complex target mainly the Sudanese in Darfur, South Kordofan, east Sudan and Khartoum, and pointed out to its military alliance with the Iranian government.
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Classical provisioning capabilities are strong, with a significant number of connectors also covering the more complex target platforms.
This next-generation technology opens previously unaddressable complex target classes to mono-specific and IgG-like bi-specific antibodies.
project is focused on complex target groups that are involved in the subject matter.
The robot has increased maneuverability that allows greater coverage of complex target volumes, while reducing adverse effects on surrounding healthy tissues and organs.
Fully human symphobodies provide a totally new class of therapeutic antibody which offer a number of advantages over current plasma-derived immunoglobulins and monoclonal antibody therapies for treatment of diseases characterized by complex target antigens, such as those found with infectious diseases, allergy, transplant rejection and cancer.
Combat scenarios of the sort seen in Iraq--with a complex target mix ranging from moving missile launchers to deep bunkers, dispersed troops and dual-use buildings--have stirred concerns among Air Force planners that their weapons need to become "more precise and cause less collateral damage," said Air Force Col.
Data gathered from multiple sensors gave us a clearer picture of the incoming threat, enabling GMD to achieve the shootdown of a complex target," said Greg Hyslop, Boeing vice president and GMD program director.

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