"Statistics 101" for multisensor, multitarget data fusion

@article{Mahler2004Statistics1F,
  title={"Statistics 101" for multisensor, multitarget data fusion},
  author={R. Mahler},
  journal={IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={53-64}
}
  • R. Mahler
  • Published 2004 in IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine
This tutorial summarizes the motivations, concepts, techniques, and applications of finite-set statistics (FISST), a system-level, "top-down" direct generalization of ordinary single-sensor, single-target engineering statistics to the multisensor, multitarget realm. FISST provides powerful new conceptual and computational methods for dealing with multisensor, multitarget, and multi-evidence data fusion problems. The paper begins with a broad-brush overview of the basic concepts of FISST. It… CONTINUE READING
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