Multiple target tracking using constrained MAP data association

Multiple target tracking using constrained MAP data association

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A new scheme is introduced for data association for multiple target tracking. The scheme is formulated using the MAP estimation method and a new energy function. The natural constraints between targets and measurements are reflected in the energy function.


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