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David K. Barton
David K. Barton is a consultant on radar systems, recently retired from ANRO Engineering, Inc., of Hudson, Massachusetts. Since 1975, he has been the series editor of Artech House's highly successful Radar series. Holder of the IEEE's Centennial Medal, Millennium Medal, and Dennis J. Picard Medal, he is widely regarded throughout the world as a leading authority on radar technology. He is the author of Radar System Analysis and Modeling (Artech House, 2004) and the co-editor of Radar Technology Encyclopedia, CD-ROM Edition (Artech House, 1999), among other publications.
Alexander I. Leonov is a professor at the Moscow Institute of Technology. For 25 years he was a senior member of teams that designed and tested state-of-the-art radars for Soviet ABM programs. He is also the coauthor of Handbook of Computer Simulation in Radio Engineering, Communications and Radar and Radar Technology Encyclopedia (Artech House, 2001, 1997). Professor Leonov holds an M.Sc. from the Leningrad Military University of Communications and a Ph.D. and D.Sc. from the Moscow Aerospace Institute.