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Adaptive Interacting Multiple Models applied on pedestrian tracking in car parks

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Adaptive Interacting Multiple Models applied on pedestrian tracking in car parks
— To address perception problems we must be able to track dynamics targets of the environment. An important issue of tracking is filtering problem in which estimates of the target’s state are computed while observations are progressively received. This paper presents an adaptive Interacting Multiple Models (IMM) based filtering method. Interacting Multiple Models have been successfully applied to many applications as they allow, using several filters in parallel, to deal with the uncertainty on motion model, a critical component of filtering. Indeed targets can rapidly change their motion over a lapse of time. This is the case of pedestrians for which it is difficult to define an unique motion model which matches all their possible displacements. Nevertheless, the Transition Probability Matrix (TPM) which models the interaction between different filters in an IMM is in currently defined a priori or needs an important amount of tuning to be used efficiently. In this paper, ...
Julien Burlet, Olivier Aycard, Anne Spalanzani, Ch
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IROS
Authors Julien Burlet, Olivier Aycard, Anne Spalanzani, Christian Laugier
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