Nonlinear constrained tracking of targets on roads

@article{Yang2005NonlinearCT,
  title={Nonlinear constrained tracking of targets on roads},
  author={Chao Yang and Michael Bakich and E. Blasch},
  journal={2005 7th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={8 pp.-}
}
Ground targets are constrained to move on the Earth's surface and are most likely to travel along a road network. For targets on road, their interaction with the environment and with each other particularly at intersections is more structured, thus useful to tracking algorithms. Indeed, the knowledge of terrain database and road maps can be used as constraints and incorporated into the tracking algorithms. In this paper, we set forth a nonlinear formulation of tracking multiple interacting… CONTINUE READING
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