MIT Lincoln Laboratory Series

MIT Lincoln Laboratory, as part of its mission to develop technology in support of national security, has established the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Series to publish select fundamental research. The series’ volumes are authored by Laboratory experts and distinguished collaborators, and cover both theory and practice. These books are intended to be comprehensive resources for researchers, professors, and upper-level students in engineering and related fields.

Series editor: James Ward

Mathematics of Big Data

Jeremy Kepner, Hayden Jananthan, Charles E. Leiserson

Jul 17, 2018

Perspectives in Space Surveillance

Ramaswamy Sridharan, Antonio F. Pensa

May 19, 2017

Applied State Estimation and Association

Chaw-Bing Chang, Keh-Ping Dunn

Jul 08, 2016

Decision Making Under Uncertainty

Mykel J. Kochenderfer, Christopher Amato, Girish Chowdhary, Jonathan P. How, Hayley J. Davison Reynolds, Jason R. Thornton, Pedro A. Torres-Carrasquillo, N. Kemal Üre, John Vian

Jul 17, 2015

Perspectives on Defense Systems Analysis

William P. Delaney, Robert G. Atkins, Alan D. Bernard, Don M. Boroson, David J. Ebel, Aryeh Feder, Jack G. Fleischman, Michael P. Shatz, Robert Stein, Stephen D. Weiner

Apr 17, 2015