A nonlinear tracking algorithm with range-rate measurements based on unbiased measurement conversion

@article{Jiao2012ANT,
  title={A nonlinear tracking algorithm with range-rate measurements based on unbiased measurement conversion},
  author={Lianmeng Jiao and Quan Pan and Yan Liang and Feng Yang},
  journal={2012 15th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2012},
  pages={1400-1405}
}
The three-dimensional CMKF-U with only position measurements is extended to solve the nonlinear tracking problem with range-rate measurements in this paper. A pseudo measurement is constructed by the product of range and rangerate measurements to reduce the high nonlinearity of the rangerate measurements with respect to the target state; then the mean and covariance of the converted measurement errors are derived by the measurement conditioned method, showing better consistency than the… CONTINUE READING

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