Mutual-aided target tracking and identification

@inproceedings{Yang2003MutualaidedTT,
  title={Mutual-aided target tracking and identification},
  author={Chenguang Yang and Erik P. Blasch},
  booktitle={SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2003}
}
Mutual-aided target tracking and target identification schemes are described by exploiting the couplings between the target tracking and target identification systems, which are typically implemented in a separate manner. A hybrid state space approach is formulated to deal with continuous-valued kinematics, discrete-valued target type, and discrete-valued target pose (inherently continuous but quantized). We identify and analyze ten possible mutual aiding mechanisms with different complexity in… CONTINUE READING

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