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A Study on Target Tracking Filter Architecture in Underwater Environment using Active and Passive Sensors
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Target Tracking Filter Architecture in Underwater Environment using Active and Passive Sensors
Lim, Youngtaek; Suh, Taeil;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a new target tracking filter architecture using active and passive sensors in underwater environment. A passive sensor for target tracking needs a bearing measurement of target. And target tracking filter for using passive sensor has the observability problem. On the other hand, an active sensor does not have the problem associated with system observability problem because an active sensor uses bearing and range measurement. In this paper, the tracking filter algorithm that could be used in the active and passive sensor system is proposed to analyze maneuvering target and to improve target tracking performance. The proposed tracking filter algorithm is tested by a series of computer simulation runs and the results are analyzed and compared with existing algorithm.
 Keywords
Target Tracking Filter;Active Sensor;Passive Sensor;Mixed-mode;Observability;
 Language
Korean
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