Explicit filtering equations for labelled random finite sets
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We decompose a probability density function (PDF) of a labelled random finite set (RFS) into a probability mass function over a set of labels and a PDF on a vector-valued multitarget state given the labels. Using this decomposition, we write the Bayesian filtering recursion for labelled RFSs in an explicit form. The resulting formulas are of conceptual and practical interest in the RFS approach to multiple target tracking, especially, for track-before-detect particle filter implementations.
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