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Fundamentals and Advances in Multiple-Hypothesis Tracking

@inproceedings{Coraluppi2015FundamentalsAA,
  title={Fundamentals and Advances in Multiple-Hypothesis Tracking},
  author={S. Coraluppi},
  year={2015}
}
  • S. Coraluppi
  • Published 2015
  • This manuscript describes the mathematical foundations of multiple-hypothesis tracking (MHT), a leading paradigm for multi-target tracking (MTT). We address aspects of track management, hypothesis pruning and aggregation, and the merits and limitations of centralized, distributed, and asynchronous processing for challenging multi-sensor surveillance applications. We extend the MHT formalism to the redundantmeasurement setting. Finally, we derive a useful expression to assist parameter selection… CONTINUE READING
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