A Bayesian pattern matching technique for target acquisition

@inproceedings{Gordon1996ABP,
  title={A Bayesian pattern matching technique for target acquisition},
  author={Neil Gordon and David Salmond},
  year={1996}
}
The following acquisition/selection problem is considered: a group of N targets is observed at time t0 and one of them is designated (targeting information). At some later time t1 the target group is again observed from a stand-oo missile. The targets are assumed to move as a group, as well as individually, between observation times and so have a dependent motion model. The detection probability at t1 is less than one and so not all targets may have been detected. There is also the possibility… CONTINUE READING
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