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Type: Conference paper
Title: A Markov model for initiating tracks with the Probabilistic Multi-Hypothesis Tracker
Author: Davey, S.
Gray, D.
Colegrove, S.
Citation: FUSION 2002 : proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Information Fusion : July 8-11, 2002, Loews Annapolis Hotel, Annapolis, Maryland, USA / vol. 1, pp. 735-742
Publisher: IEEE
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Issue Date: 2002
ISBN: 0972184414
Conference Name: International Conference on Information Fusion (5th : 2002 : Annapolis, Maryland, USA)
Editor: Slocumb, B.
Kiruba, T.
Abstract: An important problem in multi-target tracking is track initiation and termination. The tracking algorithm aims to discriminate false detections caused by various sources of interference from valid detections caused by targets of interest. This is a problem of model order estimation. One approach to solving this problem with the Probabilistic Data Association Filter has been referred to as target visibility. This paper shows how the target visibility model can be incorporated into the Probabilistic Multi-Hypothesis Tracker to provide integrated initiation and termination.
Description: © Copyright 2002 IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/ICIF.2002.1021228
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