Incorporating doppler velocity measurement for track initiation and maintenance
Proceedings of the IEE Seminar on Target Tracking: Algorithms and Applications, 2006
109 - 114
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Performance of multiple target tracking algorithms in complex environments heavily relies on the success of track initiation and measurement-to-track association algorithms. Doppler velocity measurement is the major discriminant of clutter from the target of interest with relatively higher velocities. This work summarizes the analytical derivations and presents simulation results about track initiation and maintenance using Doppler velocity reports along with the 3D position measurements extracted by a phased array radar.
Keywords3D position measurement
Doppler velocity measurements
Multiple target tracking
Phased array radars
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/ic:20060562
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