SYNTHESIS OF THE MANEUVERING TARGET COORDINATE DETERMINATION ALGORITHM ON THE BASIS OF APPLICATION OF THE INTERACTIVE MULTI-MODEL ADAPTIVE FILTERING TECHNIQUE
Keywords:Target, Maneuverability, Interactive multi-model, Kalman filter, Adaptive filtration.
The article presents the method of synthesizing the algorithm to determine the maneuvering target coordinates, building the appropriate state space model to apply the interactive multi-model filtering techniques, aimed at improving the evaluation accuracy of the target’s motion parameters. Coordinate determination algorithm including accelerated evaluation filter and interactive multi-model adaptive filter band consisting of N filters; each filter in the filter band performs evaluation of the target’s motion parameter with each acceleration value around the evaluated acceleration value. The target coordinate determination system is simulated through target fake creation, algorithm implementation and error evaluation.
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