Multiple Hypothesis Testing
Tracking is the process of determining the position of other objects as their position changes with time. Air traffic control radar systems are used to track aircraft. Aircraft in flight must track all nearby objects to avoid collisions and to determine if they are threats. Automobiles with radar cruise control use their radar to track cars in front of them so that the car can maintain safe spacing and avoid a collision.
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