Multiple Targets Detection Method Based on Binary Hough Transform and Adaptive Time-frequency Filtering

  title={Multiple Targets Detection Method Based on Binary Hough Transform and Adaptive Time-frequency Filtering},
  author={Wenhua Xue and Sun X.-W.},
When the echo energy of multiple targets of vehicle volume detecting radar diverge greatly, small targets are easily masked by the platform of large targets, it is difficult to detect the all the targets by the Wigner-Hough Transform simultaneously. In this paper, a method based on binary Hough Transform and adaptive time-frequency filtering is proposed, which can avoid the problems of detecting the platform of large targets as well as platform masking of small targets and detect all the… CONTINUE READING
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