Missile defense systems are often related to major military resources aimed at shielding a specific region from incoming attacks. They are intended to detect, track, intercept, and destruct incoming enemy missiles. These systems vary in cost, efficiency, dependability, and technology. In present times, the possession of these types of systems is associated with large capacity military countries. Demonstrated here are the mathematical techniques behind missile systems which calculate trajectories of incoming missiles and potential intercept positions after initial missile detection. This procedure involved the use of vector-valued functions, systems of equations, and knowledge of projectile motion concepts.
"Embedded Systems - Missile Detection/Interception,"
Undergraduate Journal of Mathematical Modeling: One + Two:
2, Article 2.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5038/2326-36126.96.36.199 Available at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/ujmm/vol2/iss2/2
Masahiko Saito, Mathematics and Statistics
Mayur Palankar, Computer Science & Engineering