Heterogeneous track-to-track fusion

  title={Heterogeneous track-to-track fusion},
  author={Ting Yuan and Yaakov Bar-Shalom and Xin Tian},
  journal={14th International Conference on Information Fusion},
Track-to-track fusion using estimates from multiple sensors can achieve better estimation performance than a single sensor. If the local sensors use different system models in different state spaces, the problem of heterogeneous track-to-track fusion arises. Compared with homogeneous track-to-track fusion that assumes the same system model for different sensors, the heterogeneous case poses two major challenges. First, the model heterogeneity problem, namely, that we have to fuse estimates from… CONTINUE READING


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