Saturday, February 9, 2013

Pushing the Theoretical Envelope

I stood at the forefront of innovation
by Roy M.

I worked in the Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory from 1960 through 1973 in the computer science field. I did research on residue number theory, ternary switch theory and information storage and retrieval technology. I published 10 referred papers on these subjects in the IEEE proceedings, computer transactions and automatic computing machinery journals. I gave six papers at the first USA and Japan computer and other conferences. I applied the IS&R theory to terminal guidance map-matching for the passive radar scanning (radiometer) sensor based on using maps derived from satellite terrain images and predetermined ground truth data.

The Opportunities Were Boundless