Modeling Based on Combinatorial Optimization Multi-Target Data Association and Bonic Algorithm

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Group operations is a emerging key problem for flight simulator training course. No matter the radar array in the ground or flight formation in the air, all need to track multiple targets at the same time. That means analyzing the correlation between detecting targets of sensors and known multiple aircraft is essential. So Multiple target data association is the research focus in this paper. Aimed at the research focus, this paper does research for modeling based on combinatorial optimization multi-target data association and bionic algorithm.

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Li Qiang

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X. Fu, "Modeling Based on Combinatorial Optimization Multi-Target Data Association and Bonic Algorithm", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 505-508, 2014

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