Joint initialization and tracking of multiple moving objects using doppler information

Yoon, J, Kim, D, Bae, S and Shin, V 2011, 'Joint initialization and tracking of multiple moving objects using doppler information', IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 59, no. 7, pp. 3447-3452.


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Title Joint initialization and tracking of multiple moving objects using doppler information
Author(s) Yoon, J
Kim, D
Bae, S
Shin, V
Year 2011
Journal name IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
Volume number 59
Issue number 7
Start page 3447
End page 3452
Total pages 6
Publisher IEEE
Abstract In this correspondence, a new multi-target tracking (MTT) algorithm based on the probability hypothesis density (PHD) filtering framework is designed in order to improve tracking performance via the proposal of two contributions. First, unlike typical existing systems, Doppler information is additionally employed to enhance the clutter rejection capability. Specifically, position and Doppler measurements are iteratively incorporated in a two-step process based on a Gaussian mixture PHD (GMPHD) filter. Second, a concrete initialization process is proposed in the birth intensity design of the GMPHD. The initialization process from consecutive measurements leads to a reliable birth intensity that improves track management performance. Both contributions are subsequently evaluated through MTT simulations, the results of which verify that the proposed algorithm is viable.
Subject Signal Processing
Keyword(s) Bayesian filtering
Doppler information
initialization
multi-target tracking
PHD filter
DOI - identifier 10.1109/TSP.2011.2132720
Copyright notice © 2011 IEEE.
ISSN 1053-587X
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