Cubature Information SMC-PHD for Multi-Target Tracking
AbstractIn multi-target tracking, the key problem lies in estimating the number and states of individual targets, in which the challenge is the time-varying multi-target numbers and states. Recently, several multi-target tracking approaches, based on the sequential Monte Carlo probability hypothesis density (SMC-PHD) filter, have been presented to solve such a problem. However, most of these approaches select the transition density as the importance sampling (IS) function, which is inefficient in a nonlinear scenario. To enhance the performance of the conventional SMC-PHD filter, we propose in this paper two approaches using the cubature information filter (CIF) for multi-target tracking. More specifically, we first apply the posterior intensity as the IS function. Then, we propose to utilize the CIF algorithm with a gating method to calculate the IS function, namely CISMC-PHD approach. Meanwhile, a fast implementation of the CISMC-PHD approach is proposed, which clusters the particles into several groups according to the Gaussian mixture components. With the constructed components, the IS function is approximated instead of particles. As a result, the computational complexity of the CISMC-PHD approach can be significantly reduced. The simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of our approaches. View Full-Text
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Liu, Z.; Wang, Z.; Xu, M. Cubature Information SMC-PHD for Multi-Target Tracking. Sensors 2016, 16, 653.
Liu Z, Wang Z, Xu M. Cubature Information SMC-PHD for Multi-Target Tracking. Sensors. 2016; 16(5):653.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Zhe; Wang, Zulin; Xu, Mai. 2016. "Cubature Information SMC-PHD for Multi-Target Tracking." Sensors 16, no. 5: 653.
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