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Target Pose Estimation from Radar Data Using Adaptive Networks

Target Pose Estimation from Radar Data Using Adaptive Networks

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL11848990M
    ISBN 101423546296
    ISBN 109781423546290

    Contributions to Robust Adaptive Signal Processing with Application to Space-Time Adaptive Radar Gregory N. Schoenig (ABSTRACT) Classical adaptive signal processors typically utilize assumptions in their derivation. The presence of adequate Gaussian and independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.) input data are central among such assumptions. The DOA Estimation of the MIMO radar is widely used to determine the position of the objects. Having been considered the multipath communication environment, this paper estimates the DOA information of low elevation targets using beam space MUSIC algorithm based on the model of uniform linear array of MIMO radar. Simulations have shown that the algorithm is effective in the multipath spread Author: Ai Guo Ji, Tao Wang, Zhi Gang Zhu.

    Paper 24 GHz radar sensors for automotive applications Michael Klotz and Hermann Rohling Abstract — Automotive radar systems using integrated 24 GHz radar sensor techniques are currently under devel-opment [1]. This paper describes a radar network consisting of four sensors distributed behind the front bumper of an ex-perimental car. Target Identification from Multi-Aspect High Range-Resolution Radar Signatures Using a Hidden Markov Model are presented for the ten-target MSTAR data set. The example results show entations dependent on the sensor motion and target pose, with the latter typically unknown). For simplicity, in the.

    Maneuvering Target Tracking Using Current Statistical Model Based Adaptive UKF for Wireless Sensor Network. Xiaojun Peng 1,2, Kuntao Yang, and Chang Liu2. 1 School of Optical and Electronic Information, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, , China. 2 Wuhan Second Ship Design Research Institute, Wuhan, , China. Mobile Radar Bias Estimation Using Unknown Location Targets Yaakov Bar-Shalom Univ. of Connecticut, ECE Dept. Storrs, CT , USA [email protected] Abstract - In target tracking systems using radars on moving platforms the locations of these plat-forms is available from GPS based estimates. How-ever, these estimated locations are subject.


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Target Pose Estimation from Radar Data Using Adaptive Networks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Synthetic Aperture Radar Automatic Target Recognition Using Adaptive Boosting Yijun Sun, Zhipeng Liu, Sinisa Todorovic, and Jian Li Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA ABSTRACT We propose a novel automatic target recognition (ATR) system for classification of three types of ground vehicles.

Nov 30,  · Adaptive Radar Signal Processing [Simon Haykin] on travel-australia-planning-guide.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This collaborative work presents the results of over twenty years of pioneering research by Professor Simon Haykin and his colleagues4/5(1). Oct 30,  · Single- and two-dimensional high-resolution estimation is discussed, which includes range and range-rate estimation in the temporal dimensions of the radar data.

A novel technique referred to as cell interpolation is proposed, which can employ range and range-rate estimates in combination with Fourier-domain data for direction-of-arrival Cited by: 7.

Adaptive MIMO Radar for Target Detection, Estimation, and Tracking Sandeep Gogineni Washington University in St.

Louis Follow this and additional works at:travel-australia-planning-guide.com This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by Washington University Open Scholarship. It has been accepted for inclusion in All.

Target Signatures and Pose Estimation. analysis from such sources as High Resolution Radar and Synthetic Aperture Radar. LADAR would provide terminal guidance using two SAR provided data. the radar data has an associated depression and azimuth angle to the target, see Fig.

1 hence further pose estimate fine tuning will be done with the help of the results of Objective 5. Target Tracking. With a rough pose angle estimate we define a bank of parallel target tracking filters, each one. Structure of the adaptive neural network for rainfall estimation.

The radar data block indicates input, and gauge data are used as the target output for the neural network. Once trained, the neural network estimates rainfall based on radar data. When new data are available, the network switches to an updating mode. ments and rainfall rate. We investigate several target detection and parameter estimation techniques for a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar system.

By transmitting independent waveforms via different antennas. The estimation algorithm plays an important role in a radar tracking system. An improved estimation approach using both quantity data and target feature is investigated in this article.

The advantage of this approach is that the system will have better estimation based on more target travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 1. Adaptive processing in a radar environment is necessary due to its inherently nonstable nature.

A detailed mathematical treatment of the important issues in adaptive radar detection and estimation is offered. Since much of the material presented has not appeared in book form, you'll find this work fills an important gap in the known literature.

We study the adaptive detection of moving target with MIMO radar in heterogeneous clutter. • Two novel detectors based on Rao and Wald criteria are developed according to the ad hoc design procedure.

• Covariance matrix estimation via geometric barycenter is proposed using heterogeneous secondary data. •Cited by: Adaptive weight matrix design and parameter estimation via sparse modeling are proposed for colocated multiple-input multiple-output radar.

• The sensing matrix design and transmit weight matrix are implemented in an iterative cyclic travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: We address the problem of adaptive waveform design for extended target recognition in cognitive radar networks.

A closed-loop active target recognition radar system is extended to the case of a centralized cognitive radar network, in which a generalized likelihood ratio (GLR) based sequential hypothesis testing (SHT) framework is travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SIGNAL PROCESSING, VOL.

59, NO. 11, NOVEMBER Target Estimation Using Sparse Modeling for Distributed MIMO Radar Sandeep Gogineni, Student Member, IEEE, and Arye Nehorai, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar sys- tems with widely separated antennas provide spatial diversity.

Application to Actual Radar Data 75 Summary 84 References 85 CHAPTER 3 ADAPTIVE MULTISENSOR DETECTION 91 Allan Steinhardt Introduction 91 Stochastic Mean Square Estimation 93 Derivation 93 The Optimal MSE 96 Narrowband Processing Chaos Data Based Target Recovery and Bearing Estimation Adaptive channel selection for DOA estimation in MIMO radar David Mateos-Nu´nez Mar˜ ´ıa A.

Gonz alez-Huici Renato Simoni Stefan Br´ uggenwirth¨ Abstract—We present adaptive strategies for antenna selection for Direction of Arrival (DoA) estimation of a far-field source using TDM MIMO radar with linear arrays. Our treatment isAuthor: David Mateos-Núñez, María A.

González-Huici, Renato Simoni, Stefan Brüggenwirth. Jul 13,  · Adaptive Radar Detection and Estimation (Wiley Series in Remote Sensing and Image Processing) [Simon Haykin, Allan Steinhardt] on travel-australia-planning-guide.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Adaptive processing in a radar environment is necessary due to its inherently nonstable nature. A detailed mathematical treatment of the important issues in adaptive radar detection and estimation is 4/5(1). Jun 01,  · Adaptive processing in a radar environment is necessary due to its inherently nonstable nature.

A detailed mathematical treatment of the important issues in adaptive radar detection and estimation is offered. Since much of the material presented has not appeared in book form, you'll find this work fills an important gap in the known literature.2/5(1).

ANNs are very useful for large scale processing or storing of data. In this paper, we study a combination of both multistatic radar and ANNs, for multiple target detection and tracking. For the detection phase, a basic bistatic radar geometry is used, with noise added to simulate a more realistic travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 2.

A Novel Data-Driven Learning Method for Radar Target Detection in Nonstationary Environments Murat Akcakaya, Member, IEEE, Satyabrata Sen, Senior Member, IEEE, and Arye Nehorai, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—Most existing radar algorithms are developed under the assumption that the environment (clutter) is stationary.

beamforming and advance adaptive flltering for target detection and clutter rejection [9,19,20]. One of the candidate adaptive algorithm for this kind of radar processing is joint space-time adaptive processing (STAP).

It is particularly useful in detecting weak and slow moving ground targets in .multipath propagation model is presented first, then a target height is formulated using geometry, based on the presented propagation model. It is then shown from Sensor-Target ge-ometry that height estimation of targets is highly dependent on the radar range resolution, target range and target travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 6.A robust autonomous close-range relative orientation and location (pose) estimation system is proposed, based on computer vision.

Using a single image, and utilising knowledge of the Target spacecraft, an estimation of the Target’s six relative rotation and translation parameters are found from a distance in the order of 10 metres.