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Comparison and evaluation of advanced motion models for vehicle tracking

  title={Comparison and evaluation of advanced motion models for vehicle tracking},
  author={Robin Schubert and Eric Richter and Gerd Wanielik},
  journal={2008 11th International Conference on Information Fusion},
The estimation of a vehiclepsilas dynamic state is one of the most fundamental data fusion tasks for intelligent traffic applications. [...] Key Result With this ground truth data, the performance of the models is evaluated in different scenarios and driving situations.Expand
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