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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 3)
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Improved IMMPF Tracking Methods for Airborne Laser Communication

Yang Cao and Ming Bao
Corresponding Author:  Yang Cao 

Key words:  Airborne laser communication, IMMPF, tracking, , , ,
Vol. 7 , (3): 462-465
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February 05, 2013 March 08, 2013 January 20, 2014
Abstract:

Tracking system offers the prerequisite and guarantee for airborne laser communication, it is vital for tracking methods to determine the tracking accuracy. Because of diversity of maneuvering forms and high nonlinear problem, it is impossible to accurately describe the movement of airborne platform with the simple model and the traditional filtering method, it is necessary to adopt Interacting Multiple Model (IMM) methods for tracking system. The Particle Filter (PF) can deal with nonlinear/non-Gaussian problems, it can be introduced into IMM framework. However, the realization of PF have a larger amount of computation, in order to solve computational complexity, the parallel structure of data processing is proposed. Through theoretical analysis and computer simulation, improved PF effectively reduces the workload; the performance of improved IMMPF is much superior to other methods.
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Yang Cao and Ming Bao, 2014. Improved IMMPF Tracking Methods for Airborne Laser Communication.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(3): 462-465.
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