Estimation Track–Before–Detect Motion Capture Systems State Space Spatial Component
In the paper spatial component estimation for Track–Before–Detect (TBD) based motion capture systems is presented. Using Likelihood Ratio TBD algorithm it is possible to track markers at low Signal–to-Noise Ratio level that is a typical case in motion capture system. Three kinds of TBD systems are analyzed and compared: full frame processing, single camera optimized and multiple cameras optimized. In the article separate TBD processing for every camera is assumed.
KeywordsEstimation Track–Before–Detect Motion Capture
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