Multiple hypothesis tracking for multiple target tracking

@article{Blackman2004MultipleHT,
  title={Multiple hypothesis tracking for multiple target tracking},
  author={S Blackman},
  journal={IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={5-18}
}
  • S Blackman
  • Published 2004 in IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine
Multiple hypothesis tracking (MHT) is generally accepted as the preferred method for solving the data association problem in modern multiple target tracking (MTT) systems. This paper summarizes the motivations for MHT, the basic principles behind MHT and the alternative implementations in common use. It discusses the manner in which the multiple data association hypotheses formed by MHT can be combined with multiple filter models, such as used by the interacting multiple model (IMM) method. An… CONTINUE READING
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