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SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2021-02-19
13:25
Online Online Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances Detection Using Time-Space Fourier Transform
Kei Akama, Tetsutaro Yamada, Yuki Sato, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2020-68
For centimeter level satellite navigation service, it is important to estimate the amount of ionospheric delay that caus... [more] SANE2020-68
pp.57-62
SeMI, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI 2020-03-03
09:00
Online Online [Encouragement Talk] Demonstration Test of Tracking Algorithm for Multiple Pedestrians Using the Network of Human Detectors
Kyosuke Konishi, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SeMI2019-131
 [more] SeMI2019-131
pp.167-172
ASN, MoNA, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI [detail] 2019-03-05
14:25
Tokyo The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus Tracking Multiple Pedestrians Using the Network of Human Detectors
Kyosuke Konishi, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) ASN2018-112
Tracking indoor pedestrians makes logistics in a factory effective and a security system in a building accurate. Convent... [more] ASN2018-112
pp.203-208
MSS, CAS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2018-11-13
11:25
Shizuoka   Water level prediction technology in urban rivers using pump operation data
Tetsutaro Yamada, Hiroshi Sasahara, Yoshifumi Iida, Takashi Kakinuma, Seiichi Nagai, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) CAS2018-70 MSS2018-46
 [more] CAS2018-70 MSS2018-46
pp.95-98
SANE 2018-05-14
11:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Ghost Cancel Method under Multiple Object Environment Using Multiple Angle Sensors
Kosuke Maruyama, Tetsuji Harada, Kentaro Sakisaka, Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2018-3
When multiple angle sensors observe multiple objects, especially in the situation which all sensors and objects exist on... [more] SANE2018-3
pp.13-18
SANE 2018-05-14
13:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Closely Spaced Multiple Target Tracking with Super-Resolution DoA Estimation using Multiple Hypothesis
Masanari Nakamura, Tetsutaro Yamada, Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2018-6
In this paper, we propose multiple target tracking algorithm for dense targets which move toward the radar. When FBSSP-M... [more] SANE2018-6
pp.29-34
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2018-02-23
10:25
Yamaguchi The Yamaguchi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Multiple Target Tracking Method using Target Identification
Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda, Hideyuki Izumi (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2017-112
In target tracking using radar observation in dense environments, tracking performance enhancement can be expected, by u... [more] SANE2017-112
pp.19-24
SANE 2014-10-23
09:20
Overseas Ramada Plaza Melaka, Malacca, Malaysia Track Extraction Method of Low Observable Target for Airborne HPRF Radar
Yasushi Obata, Satoshi Kageme, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2014-77
 [more] SANE2014-77
pp.71-76
SANE 2014-04-25
10:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Splitting Target Track Extraction in High False Density Environments by using MLPDA
Tetsutaro Yamada, Masanori Mori, Yuki Takabayashi, Hiroshi Kameda, Toru Umezawa (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2014-1
Track extraction of a splitting target is one of the important problems in the field of target tracking. However, it is ... [more] SANE2014-1
pp.1-6
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2014-02-20
13:25
Yamaguchi Hotel Kamefuku (Yamaguchi) Long Term Integration Algorithm for Accelerated Target using Satellite Broadcasting Wave Passive Radar
Isao Aoyama, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2013-133
 [more] SANE2013-133
pp.7-11
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2014-02-20
13:50
Yamaguchi Hotel Kamefuku (Yamaguchi) Positioning and Tracking Method Using Asynchronous TDOA Measurements
Yuki Takabayashi, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2013-134
This paper proposes a target positioning and tracking method using asynchronous TDOA(Time Difference of Arrival) measure... [more] SANE2013-134
pp.13-18
RCS, SIP 2014-01-23
16:30
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. Non-Coherent Integration using Likelihood Ratio Test for an Accelerated Target
Tetsutaro Yamada, Yuki Takabayashi, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) SIP2013-108 RCS2013-278
Detection of an accelerated target by Doppler radar is one of the important problems. The signal power spectrum of the t... [more] SIP2013-108 RCS2013-278
pp.133-138
SANE 2013-05-24
14:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. The Radar Scheduling Control Algorithm for Multiple Radar Tracking
Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda, Hideyuki Izumi (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2013-10
 [more] SANE2013-10
pp.9-14
SANE 2013-04-25
14:30
Nagano Usuda Deep Space Center, JAXA Target Track Extraction in High False Density Environments by using Multiple Hypothetical Frame Selection MLPDA
Masanori Mori, Takashi Matsuzaki, Hiroshi Kameda, Toru Umezawa (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2013-4
Maximum Likelihood Probabilistic Data Association (MLPDA) has been shown as an effective target track extraction algorit... [more] SANE2013-4
pp.17-22
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2013-02-22
11:45
Okinawa Youth Center of Okinawa prefecture Long Term Integration Method for Accelerated Targets using Data Assimilation
Hiroshi Kameda, Masanori Mori, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2012-157
 [more] SANE2012-157
pp.49-54
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2013-02-22
12:10
Okinawa Youth Center of Okinawa prefecture A Study of TDOA Positioning and Tracking Method ASTRA
Takashi Matsuzaki, Yuki Takabayashi, Hiroshi Kameda, Kenta Ida (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2012-158
TDOA positioning is widely studied for indoor or outdoor positioning applications, etc. One of the TDOA positioning prob... [more] SANE2012-158
pp.55-60
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2013-02-22
13:30
Okinawa Youth Center of Okinawa prefecture Track to Track Association Algorithm under Multi-Sensor Network Considering Track Shape
Yoshiaki Yokoyama, Isao Aoyama, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2012-159
The track-to-track association which determine the pairing of sensor tracks that correspond to the same true target is a... [more] SANE2012-159
pp.61-66
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2013-02-22
13:55
Okinawa Youth Center of Okinawa prefecture Deghosting for Multiple Angle Sensors Based on Tracking Process by Double Hypotheses
Kosuke Maruyama, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2012-160
A deghosting algorithm for multiple angle sensors observing objects based on tracking by double hypotheses is proposed. ... [more] SANE2012-160
pp.67-72
SANE 2012-10-10
15:20
Overseas The SONGDO CONVENSIA, Incheon Korea Maximum Likelihood Track Extraction Using Sliding Window in High False Density Environments
Masanori Mori, Takashi Matsuzaki, Hiroshi Kameda, Toru Umezawa (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2012-56
The Maximum Likelihood Probabilistic Data Association (MLPDA) has a lot of attention as a target track extraction method... [more] SANE2012-56
pp.7-12
SANE 2012-05-18
10:40
Kanagawa National Defense Academy of Japan The Track Extraction Method of Low Observable Targets for a HPRF Airborne Radar
Yasushi Obata, Satoshi Kageme, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2012-11
 [more] SANE2012-11
pp.1-6
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