The DARPA-sponsored Polymorphous Computing Architectures (PCA) program is developing advanced computer architectures that have the capacity to adapt, or morph, to obtain better performance on specific problems. The key to the success of this program is the proper development of the morphing concept. One of MIT Lincoln Laboratory's contributions to this effort is the Integrated Radar-Tracker (IRT) application. The IRT consists of a Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI) radar and a Feature-Aided Tracker (FAT). In this document, we describe ways that the morphing capabilities of PCAs could be used by the IRT.