Representing and Scoring Track Hypotheses for Multitarget Groups

Abstract

This paper presents an economical method for representing track sets for observations of possibly unstable groups of vehicles, and an algorithm to create and update the multi-vehicle track association hypotheses. We represent bundles of tracks to avoid redundant computing, but we remember to multiply our track scores by how many individual target tracks are… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hastings1998RepresentingAS, title={Representing and Scoring Track Hypotheses for Multitarget Groups}, author={Charles H. Hastings and L. P. Withers and Ronald N. DeWitt}, year={1998} }