In over-the-horizon radar, multiple ionospheric layers cause several tracks per target to be observed. This effect causes ambiguities in target identification and track coordinate registration. We propose a multi-way track association system for solving this problem by pre-selecting multi-way (»n-some») candidates through logical inclusion of the decisions of pairwise track association; and then classifying n-some candidates as associated and non-associated n-somes. The proposed approach is systematically described. The experimental results using simulated data are also presented.
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|Subtitle of host publication
|First Australian Data Fusion Symposium: November 21-22, 1996 Stamford Plaza Hotel Adelaide Australia
|Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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|Published - 1996
|1st Australian Data Fusion Symposium: ADFS-96 - Stamford Plaza Hotel, Adelaide, Australia
Duration: 21 Nov 1996 → 22 Nov 1996
|ADFS 1996 - Australian Data Fusion Symposium
|1st Australian Data Fusion Symposium
|21/11/96 → 22/11/96