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 Title & Authors
Tracking Algorithm Based on Moving Slide Window for Manuevering Target
Bae, Jinho; Lee, Chong Hyun; Jeon, Hyoung-Goo;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a novel tracking algorithm called slide window tracker (SWT) suitable for maneuvering target. To efficiently estimate trajectory of moving target, we adopt a sliding piecewise linear window which includes past trace information. By adjusting the window parameters, the proposed algorithm is to reduce measurement noise and to track fast maneuvering target with little computational increment as compared to tracker. Throughout the computer simulations, we verify outstanding tracking performance of the SWT algorithm in noisy linear and nonlinear trajectories. Also, we show that the SWT algorithm is not sensitive to initial model parameter selection, which gives large degree of freedom in applying the SWT algorithm to unknown time-varying measurement environments.
 Keywords
Schur algorithm;Slide window tracker; tracker;Maneuvering target;
 Language
English
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