An Improved Aerial Target Localization Method with a Single Vector Sensor
AbstractThis paper focuses on the problems encountered in the actual data processing with the use of the existing aerial target localization methods, analyzes the causes of the problems, and proposes an improved algorithm. Through the processing of the sea experiment data, it is found that the existing algorithms have higher requirements for the accuracy of the angle estimation. The improved algorithm reduces the requirements of the angle estimation accuracy and obtains the robust estimation results. The closest distance matching estimation algorithm and the horizontal distance estimation compensation algorithm are proposed. The smoothing effect of the data after being post-processed by using the forward and backward two-direction double-filtering method has been improved, thus the initial stage data can be filtered, so that the filtering results retain more useful information. In this paper, the aerial target height measurement methods are studied, the estimation results of the aerial target are given, so as to realize the three-dimensional localization of the aerial target and increase the understanding of the underwater platform to the aerial target, so that the underwater platform has better mobility and concealment. View Full-Text
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Zhao, A.; Bi, X.; Hui, J.; Zeng, C.; Ma, L. An Improved Aerial Target Localization Method with a Single Vector Sensor. Sensors 2017, 17, 2619.
Zhao A, Bi X, Hui J, Zeng C, Ma L. An Improved Aerial Target Localization Method with a Single Vector Sensor. Sensors. 2017; 17(11):2619.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhao, Anbang; Bi, Xuejie; Hui, Juan; Zeng, Caigao; Ma, Lin. 2017. "An Improved Aerial Target Localization Method with a Single Vector Sensor." Sensors 17, no. 11: 2619.
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