Overview of Dempster-Shafer and belief function tracking methods

@inproceedings{Blasch2013OverviewOD,
  title={Overview of Dempster-Shafer and belief function tracking methods},
  author={Erik Blasch and Jean Dezert and Benjamin Pannetier},
  booktitle={Defense, Security, and Sensing},
  year={2013}
}
Over the years, there have been many proposed methods in set-based tracking. One example of set-based methods is the use of Dempster-Shafer (DS) techniques to support belief-function (BF) tracking. In this paper, we overview the issues and concepts that motivated DS methods for simultaneous tracking and classification/identification. DS methods have some attributes, if applied correctly; but there are some pitfalls that need to be carefully avoided such as the redistribution of the mass… CONTINUE READING

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