Journal article Open Access
Jean Dezert; Albena Tchamova; Pavlina Konstantinova; Erik Blasch
This paper presents a comparative analysis of performances of two types of multi-target tracking algorithms: 1) the Joint Probabilistic Data Association Filter (JPDAF), and 2) classical Kalman Filter based algorithms for multi-target
tracking improved with Quality Assessment of Data Association (QADA) method using optimal data association. The evaluation is based on Monte Carlo simulations for difficult maneuvering multiple-target tracking (MTT) problems in clutter.