Multi-Bernoulli filter for target tracking with multi-static Doppler only measurement

Liang, M, Kim, D and Kai, X 2015, 'Multi-Bernoulli filter for target tracking with multi-static Doppler only measurement', Signal Processing, vol. 108, pp. 102-110.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Multi-Bernoulli filter for target tracking with multi-static Doppler only measurement
Author(s) Liang, M
Kim, D
Kai, X
Year 2015
Journal name Signal Processing
Volume number 108
Start page 102
End page 110
Total pages 9
Publisher Elsevier BV
Abstract Multi-static Doppler-shift has re-emerged recently in the target tracking literature along with passive sensing, especially for aircraft tracking. Tracking with multi-static Doppler only measurement requires efficient multi-sensor fusion approach and optimal sensor network configuration if possible. In this paper, we present a solution for multi-target tracking with Doppler only measurements using the multi-Bernoulli filter. To utilize Doppler measurements from multiple sensors, we investigate different multi-sensor fusion schemes and the sensor-target geometry analysis for optimal multi-static Doppler sensor network configuration. Sensor-target geometry analysis is presented to investigate optimal multi-static Doppler sensor network configuration. Numerical results verify that the proposed sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) multi-Bernoulli filter with sequential update scheme and using the carefully chosen network shows good performance.
Subject Signal Processing
Keyword(s) Multi-Bernoulli filter
Multi-sensor fusion
Multi-static Doppler
Sensor-target geometry
Target tracking
DOI - identifier 10.1016/j.sigpro.2014.09.013
Copyright notice © 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
ISSN 0165-1684
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