A labeled random finite set spawning model
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© 2017 IEEE. Previous labeled random finite set filter developments use a target motion model that only accounts for survival and birth. While such a model provides the means for a multi-target tracking filter such as the Generalized Labeled Multi-Bernoulli filter to capture target births and deaths in a wide variety of applications, it lacks the capability to capture the lineages of spawned target tracks. In this paper, we propose a labeled random finite set spawning model and derive the resulting multi-target prediction and filtering densities. This formulation enables the joint estimation of spawned object's state and and information regarding its lineage.
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