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PhD-TW Colloquium "#!$%%&'&$#(!)*+(&',$!%&,($+!&-.,$-$#(*(&/#!%/+!012!*..,&'*(&/#3!

Summary: PhD-TW Colloquium
Thales Nederland B.V. & Stochastic System and Signals
Date & Place:! 8 December 2011, Citadel H327
Time:! 15:4516:45
Radar systems are used widely for detecting and tracking stationary or moving objects (also called targets). The classical
approach to detect and track a target proceeds in two phases: a first detection step consist in pre-processing the raw radar signal to
keep only detection "plots". A second tracking step aims to estimate the actual state of the target from these detection "plots". In
the first step a threshold decision is already made and obviously results in a loss of information. To overcome this problem, the


Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente


Collections: Engineering