Advances in Systems Science: Proceedings of the by Tadeusz Kaczorek (auth.), Jerzy Swiątek, Adam Grzech, Paweł

By Tadeusz Kaczorek (auth.), Jerzy Swiątek, Adam Grzech, Paweł Swiątek, Jakub M. Tomczak (eds.)

The foreign convention on platforms technological know-how 2013 (ICSS 2013) used to be the 18th occasion of the sequence of foreign clinical meetings for researchers and practitioners within the fields of platforms technology and structures engineering. The convention came about in Wroclaw, Poland in the course of September 10-12, 2013 and was once prepared by way of Wroclaw college of know-how and co-organized by means of: Committee of Automatics and Robotics of Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee of desktop technological know-how of Polish Academy of Sciences and varnish portion of IEEE. The papers integrated within the lawsuits disguise the next themes: regulate idea, Databases and information Mining, photograph and sign Processing, computer studying, Modeling and Simulation, Operational examine, carrier technology, Time sequence and process identity. The authorized and awarded papers spotlight new developments and demanding situations in platforms technology and structures engineering.

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The control law approach still remains within the combined measurement errors (range and cross-range). Although this analysis has shown that the standard approach is better, it a single case and also indicate that the control approach will provide a comparable result in the cases where the tracker has fully observable measurements. Estimation for Target Tracking Using a Control Theoretic Approach – Part I 5 43 Conclusions and Future Directions The first step in this research has shown that a control-law estimation technique can be used in a fully observable tracking problem.

M. Teranishi Fig. 5. Absolute position-error using both estimation techniques show similar results for the straight-line target tracking problem Fig. 6. Absolute position-error using both estimation techniques for the maneuvering target case shows that the control technique performs slightly worse until near the end of the scenario In Figure 6, the absolute position-error of the tracking problem with the maneuvering target is shown. Here, the control-law approach performs slightly worst in this single case than the standard EKF approach.

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