Generalised labelled multi-Bernoulli forward-backward smoothing
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This paper presents an analytical form for a multi-object smoother, based on a multi-object model known as the generalised labelled multi-Bernoulli (GLMB). The proposed smoother is based on the forward-backward smoothing recursions, which involves a forward pass using the previously developed GLMB filter, followed by backward propagation of a corrector that is used to obtain the smoothed GLMB density. The smoother is derived under the assumptions of the standard multi-object dynamic model, and the standard multi-object measurement likelihood model, i.e. The proposed smoother is capable of handling an unknown and time-varying number of objects, in the presence of measurement origin uncertainty, clutter, and missed detections.
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