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Publisher: International Society of Information Fusion ISIF

Issued date: 2004

Citation: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information Fusion, 2004, p. 107-114

Sponsor: This work has been funded by the Spanish CICYT contracts: TIC2002-04491-C01-02 and CAM 07T-0034-2003 1.

Review: PeerReviewed

Publisher version: http:-www.fusion2004.foi.se-proc.html

Keywords: Fusion Architectures , ASMGCS , Airport Surveillance , Data Sensor Integration

Abstract:The work presented here addresses a key aspect of the data fusion process carried out by A-SMGCS Surveillance, needed to take maximum advantage from the simultaneous use of diverse detection and measurementtechnologies with complementary characteristics. TheThe work presented here addresses a key aspect of the data fusion process carried out by A-SMGCS Surveillance, needed to take maximum advantage from the simultaneous use of diverse detection and measurementtechnologies with complementary characteristics. The core function, Surveillance, must collect and fuse information from available sensors and information systems. The accuracy, coverage and refreshment rate in all-weatherconditions must be high enough to satisfy the requirements. In a real application, this function will be constrained to deal with the specifications of output sensor data, formats, accuracies, etc. for the available sensors in the airport. In this work, we present a comparative analysis of data fusion architectures and some alternative algorithms to develop a real system deployed in Spanish airports, analyzing the capabilities and problems of different types of solutions.+-

Description:8 pages, 16 figures.- Contributed to: 7th International Conference on Information Fusion Stockholm, Sweden, Jun 28-Jul 1, 2004.





Autor: Molina, José M.; García, Jesús; Casar, Jose Ramón

Fuente: http://e-archivo.uc3m.es


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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Repositorio institucional e-Archivo http:--e-archivo.uc3m.es Grupo de Inteligencia Artificial Aplicada (GIAA) DI - GIAA - Comunicaciones en Congresos y otros eventos 2004 Analysis of data fusion architectures and techniques in the development of an A-SMGCS Surveillance prototype Molina, José M. International Society of Information Fusion (ISIF) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information Fusion, 2004, p.
107-114 http:--hdl.handle.net-10016-9319 Descargado de e-Archivo, repositorio institucional de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Analysis of data fusion architectures and techniques in the development of an A-SMGCS Surveillance prototype* José R.
Casar GPSS-DSSR- ETSIT Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Madrid, SPAIN jramon@grpss.ssr.upm.es José M.
Molina Jesús García Dpto.
Informática Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Leganés, Madrid, SPAIN molina@ia.uc3m.es jgarcia@inf.uc3m.es Abstract - The work presented here addresses a key aspect of the data fusion process carried out by A-SMGCS Surveillance, needed to take maximum advantage from the simultaneous use of diverse detection and measurement technologies with complementary characteristics.
The core function, Surveillance, must collect and fuse information from available sensors and information systems.
The accuracy, coverage and refreshment rate in all-weather conditions must be high enough to satisfy the requirements. In a real application, this function will be constrained to deal with the specifications of output sensor data, formats, accuracies, etc.
for the available sensors in the airport.
In this work, we present a comparative analysis of data fusion architectures and some alternative algorithms to develop a real system deployed in Spanish airports, analyzing the capabilities and problems of different types of solutions Keywords: Fusion Architectures, ASMGCS, Airport Surveillance, Data Sensor Integration 1 Introduction Modern Air Surv...





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