Multitarget/Multisensor Data Fusion Techniques for Target Detection, Classification, and State Estimation

EC ENGR 810.80
This course describes sensor and data fusion methods that improve the probability of correct target detection, classification, identification, and state estimation.
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Starting at $2,295.00
As few as 2 days
1.2 CEUs

About this course:

This revised two-day course introduces the student to sensor and data fusion methods that improve the probability of correct target detection, classification, identification, and state estimation. These techniques combine information from collocated or dispersed sensors that utilize either similar or different technologies to generate target signatures or imagery. The course begins by describing the effects of the atmosphere and countermeasures on millimeter-wave and infrared sensors to illustrate how the use of different phenomenology-based sensors enhances the effectiveness of a data fusion system.

This class introduces the Data Fusion Information Group (DFIG) enhancements to the JDL data fusion processing model, several methods for describing sensor and data fusion architectures, and the taxonomies for the data fusion algorithms used for detection, classification, identification, and state estimation and tracking. This is followed by descriptions of the higher-level data fusion processes of situation and threat assessment that are considered part of situation awareness. Process refinement, now deemed part of resource management, and user refinement dealing with human-computer interactions and human decision making are treated next. Subsequent sections of this course more fully develop the Bayesian and Dempster–Shafer algorithms, radar tracking system design concerns, multiple sensor registration issues, track initiation in clutter, Kalman filtering and the alpha-beta filter, interacting multiple models, data fusion maturity, and several of the topics that drive the need for continued data fusion research.

Examples demonstrate the advantages of multisensor data fusion in systems that use microwave and millimeter-wave detection and tracking radars, laser radars (imagery and range data), and forward-looking IR sensors (imagery data). You can also apply many of the data fusion techniques when combining information from almost any grouping of sensors as long as they are conditionally independent of each other and can supply the input data required by the fusion algorithm.

Winter 2019 Schedule

These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.

Available
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Thursday, Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Instructor: Lawrence Klein
365694
Fee:
$2,295.00
16 days left. Enroll by Mar 7, 2019
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CONTACT
Joon Lee
(310) 825-3858
jlee@unex.ucla.edu

Refund Deadline
No refunds after March 8, 2019
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Discussion
Thu Mar 7, 2019
8:00AM - 5:00PM
UCLA Extension 1010 Westwood
UCLA Extension 1010 Westwood 310
Discussion
Fri Mar 8, 2019
8:00AM - 5:00PM
UCLA Extension 1010 Westwood
UCLA Extension 1010 Westwood 310

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