Operating quality of automated video control systems depends on optical specifications of video camera and peculiar features of video algorithm. Specified target function performance probability can serve as criterion of automated video control use efficiency. In this work, a new performance efficiency estimation method for automated equipment of target environment video control is suggested: to estimate the probability of target functions’ (object detection, capture, and auto tracking) performance. Theoretical prediction of target functions performance probability was built upon Johnson’s criterion and the use of optimal receiver model. The results of suggested method’s experimental verification have shown that target detection occurred when signal/noise ratio level was above 6. This level can be regarded as low value to ensure that object is detected with probability 0.9.
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