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– In theory, a good joint particle filter allows to approximate the exact Bayesian filter solution arbitrarily well. This has motivated a strong and successful development of single target tracking particle filters. Nevertheless, for tracking multiple closely spaced maneuvering targets, there is evidence in literature which seems to contradict the… (More)

- Henk Blom, Bert Bakker, Mariken Everdij, Marco Van Der Park
- 2003

Air Traffic Management (ATM) involves interactions between multiple human operators, procedures and technical systems, all of which are highly distributed. This yields that providing safety is more than making sure that each of the ATM elements functions properly safe; it is the complex interaction between them that determines safety. The assessment of… (More)

In theory, a good particle filter allows to approximate the exact Bayesian filter solution arbitrarily well. This has motivated a strong and successful development of particle filtering approaches towards target tracking. Literature also shows that successful multiple maneuvering target tracking seems to depend on the adoption of some suitable heuristics in… (More)

The problem of maintaining tracks of multiple maneuvering targets from unassociated measurements is formulated as a problem of estimating the hybrid state of a Markov jump linear system from measurements made by a descriptor system with independent, identically distributed (i.i.d.) stochastic coefficients. This characterization is exploited to derive the… (More)

A mole of the EEG with waxing, waning and blocking alpha rhythm is described. One parameter is time dependent and simulates the "physiological alpha state' of the EEG generating network. A theoretically optimal detector of this state appears to be prescribed by the model and the statistics of the alpha state parameter. It minimizes the expected false… (More)

— Recently we compared safety analyses for a runway incursion scenario based on an event sequence analysis, as a key exponent of a traditional risk assessment technique, versus one based on an multi-agent dynamic risk model (DRM), as an exponent of new techniques based on system complexity and variability-based accident models. We found that lower accident… (More)

In a preceding paper at Fusion2009, the existence and characterization of a unique decomposition of the joint conditional density of the states of two targets has been proven. This decomposition consists of a weighted sum of a permutation invariant density and a permutation strictly variant density. In the current paper we exploit this unique decomposition… (More)