Removal of Out-of-Sequence Measurements from Tracks

  title={Removal of Out-of-Sequence Measurements from Tracks},
  author={Yaakov Bar-Shalom and Huimin Chen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
In multisensor tracking systems that operate in a centralized or distributed information processing architecture, measurements from the same target obtained by different sensors can arrive at the processing center out of sequence due to system latencies. In order to avoid either a delay in the output or the need for reordering and reprocessing entire sequences of measurements, such latent measurements have to be processed by the tracking filter as out-of-sequence measurements (OOSM). Recent… CONTINUE READING
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