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A New Approach to the Electro-optical Tracking of a Space Object
Wang Xin ; Xu Zhanwei
2012
Source PublicationActa Astronomica Sinica
ISSN0001-5245
Volume53Issue:2Pages:145-152
AbstractThe electro-optical tracking of the space object is often interrupted by the dropped frames caused by the occlusion of stars.In this paper,two stages of the tracking process,predicting as well as sampling,are studied in the probabilitic point of view.Base on the theory of estimation,a new method is proposed by employing the Kalman filter for robust predicting due to the characteristic of the data fusion,and the mean shift process for the adjustment of the tracking window.Corresponding experiment shows that the method can effectively reduce the impact of interference,and improve the robustness during the tracking process.
Subject AreaAstronomy & Astrophysics
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://libir.pmo.ac.cn/handle/332002/7996
Collection空间目标与碎片观测研究基地
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Wang Xin,Xu Zhanwei. A New Approach to the Electro-optical Tracking of a Space Object[J]. Acta Astronomica Sinica,2012,53(2):145-152.
APA Wang Xin,&Xu Zhanwei.(2012).A New Approach to the Electro-optical Tracking of a Space Object.Acta Astronomica Sinica,53(2),145-152.
MLA Wang Xin,et al."A New Approach to the Electro-optical Tracking of a Space Object".Acta Astronomica Sinica 53.2(2012):145-152.
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