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Distributed Data Fusion for Network-Centric Operations by Martin Liggins II, James Llinas, Chee-Yee Chong, David Hall

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8.4    GENERAL MULTITARGET DISTRIBUTED FUSION

In this section, I show how to directly generalize the single-target T2F theory of Section 8.2 to the multitarget situation. The section is organized as follows:

1.  Section 8.4.1: Multitarget T2F when the track sources are independent. Approach: multitarget generalization of Equation 8.10.

2.  Section 8.4.2: Multitarget T2F when the track sources are dependent because of known double-counting. Approach: multitarget generalization of Equation 8.16.

3.  Section 8.4.3: Multitarget T2F when the track sources are arbitrary and their correlations are completely unknown. Approach: multitarget generalization of XM fusion, Equations 8.34, 8.35, 8.36, 8.37, 8.38.

8.4.1    MULTITARGET T2F OF INDEPENDENT S

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