This thesis presents and discusses the principles of multiple target tracking. A simulation written in Turbo Pascal provides the results of using a modified version of Munkre's algorithm for correlating targets with observations. The number and types of measurements necessary to obtain acceptable results are examined. The measurements under scrutiny are range, range rate, azimuth angle and elevation angle. A track-while-scan system is assumed and the nearest neighbor correlation scheme as well as rectangular gating are used for association.
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Wahid, Parveen A.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Day, Nathalie Anna, "Significant measurements of a multiple target tracking system utilizing munkre's algorithm as a correlation scheme" (1988). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4271.