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A fusion method of data association and virtual detection for minimizing track loss and false track

A fusion method of data association and virtual detection for minimizing track loss and false track
Lim, Young-ChulLee, Chung-HeeKwon, SoonLee, Jong-hun
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Lim, Young-ChulLee, Chung-HeeKwon, SoonLee, Jong-hun
Issue Date
2010 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, IV 2010, 301-306
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Conference Paper
In this paper, we present a method to track multiple moving vehicles using the global nearest neighborhood (GNN) data association (DA) based on 2D global position and virtual detection based on motion tracking. Unlikely the single target tracking, multiple target tracking needs to associate observation-to-track pairs. DA is a process to determine which measurements are used to update each track. We use the GNN data association not to lost track and not to connect incorrect measurements. GNN is a simple, robust, and optimal technique for intelligent vehicle applications with a stereo vision system that can reliably estimates the position of a vehicle. However, an incomplete detection and recognition technique bring low track maintenance due to missed detections and false alarms. A complementary virtual detection method adds to GNN method. Virtual detection is used to recover the missed detection by motion tracking when the track maintains for some periods. Motion tracking estimates virtual region of interest (ROI) of the missed detection using a pyramidal Lukas-Kanade feature tracker. Next, GNN associates the lost tracks and virtual measurements if the measurement exists in the validation gate. Our experimental results show that our tracking method works well in a stereo vision system with incomplete detection and recognition ability. ©2010 IEEE.
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  • Author Lee, Jonghun  
  • Research Interests Radar, AI, DL/ML, signal processing
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