Probabilistic multi-hypothesis tracking in a multi-sensor, multi-target environment
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In this paper the Probabilistic Multi-Hypothesis Tracking (PMHT) Algorithm, a data fusion algorithm recently developed by Streit and Luginbuhl [1, 2], is extended to handle multiple sensors. In addition, performance of multi-target tracking algorithms is discussed in terms of the Cramer-Rao Lower Bound (CRLB) criterion that is computed from the marginalized measurement PMHT log-likelihood function. Simulation results for one set of scenarios are presented and an initialization procedure for the bearings only measurement case is recommended.
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Proceedings of the Australian Data Fusion Symposium
Giannopoulos, Evangelos, Roy Streit, and Peter Swaszek. "Probabilistic multi-hypothesis tracking in a multi-sensor, multi-target environment." Proceedings of the Australian Data Fusion Symposium (1996): 184-189. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/ele_facpubs/1099