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Interacting acceleration compensation algorithm for tracking maneuvering targets

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2 Author(s)
Watson, G.A. ; Syst. Res & Technol. Dept., Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, VA, USA ; Blair, W.D.

The two-stage Kalman estimator has been studied for state estimation in the presence of random bias and applied to the tracking of maneuvering targets by treating the target acceleration as a bias vector. Since the target acceleration is considered a bias, the first stage contains a constant velocity motion model and estimates the target position and velocity, while the second stage estimates the target acceleration when a maneuver is detected, the acceleration estimate is used to correct the estimates of the first stage. The interacting acceleration compensation (IAC) algorithm is proposed to overcome the requirement of explicit maneuver detection of the two-stage estimator. The IAC algorithm is viewed as a two-stage estimator having two acceleration models: the zero acceleration of the constant velocity model and a constant acceleration model. The interacting multiple model (IMM) algorithm is used to compute the acceleration estimates that compensate the estimate of the constant velocity filter. Simulation results indicate the tracking performance of the IAC algorithm approaches that of a comparative IMM algorithm while requiring approximately 50% of the computations

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Jul 1995

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