Ratnasingham Tharmarasa

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Most conventional target tracking algorithms assume that one target can generate at most one detection per scan. However, in many practical target tracking applications, one target may generate multiple detections in one scan, because of multipath propagation, or high sensor resolution or some other reason. If the multiple detections from the same target(More)
<?Pub Dtl?>Most conventional target tracking algorithms assume that a target can generate at most one measurement per scan. However, there are tracking problems where this assumption is not valid. For example, multiple detections from a target in a scan can arise due to multipath propagation effects as in the over-the-horizon radar (OTHR). A conventional(More)
A standard assumption in most tracking algorithms, like the Probabilistic Data Association (PDA) filter, Multiple Hypothesis Tracker (MHT) or the Multiframe Assignment Tracker (MFA), is that a target is detected at most once in a frame of data used for association. This one-to-one assumption is essential for correct measurement-to-track associations. When(More)
Performance evaluation is one of the most important steps in any target tracking problem. The objective of this paper is to present a brief review of different approaches available for the performance analysis of multiple target tracking algorithms. Metrics are first classified into sensor-dependent and tracker-dependent ones. Then, the tracker-dependent(More)