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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 2016-11-24
13:30
Overseas National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) Radar Beam Management Algorithm with Prior Less-Accurate Sensor Information
Tetsutaro Yamada, Yasushi Obata, Tetsuji Harada (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2016-58
The detection of a target by a search radar using heterogeneous sensors is an important problem. However, optimal beam p... [more] SANE2016-58
pp.37-42
SANE 2015-11-24
14:10
Overseas AIT, Bangkok, Thailand Radar Data Assimilation for a Tsunami Simulation Model Using Kalman Filter
Tetsutaro Yamada, Hiroaki Ishikawa, Takafumi Nagano, Takayuki Nakanishi, Taizo Isono, Toshihiko Arioka, Yasushi Obata (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2015-63
It is expected that wave height of a tsunami will be estimated far out at sea using a Doppler Radar as a tsunami warning... [more] SANE2015-63
pp.75-80
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2015-02-18
09:55
Okinawa Okinawaken Shichoson Jichikaikan Distributed Data Fusion with Transmission Selection
Takashi Matsuzaki, Yasushi Obata (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2014-129
Distributed Data Fusion (DDF) which uses a plural distributed sensor is widely studied. DDF is effective because DDF has... [more] SANE2014-129
pp.7-12
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 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 2012-07-27
16:50
Tokyo Navigation, trafic control and general Range Resolution Improvement Algorithm of HPRF Radar Using Two-Scan for Acceleration Target
Satoshi Kageme, Yasushi Obata, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2012-48
 [more] SANE2012-48
pp.43-47
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
SANE 2012-01-26
16:50
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Position Prediction Method Using Wind Velocity for a Moving Target
Yuki Takabayashi, Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2011-149
This paper addresses long-term position prediction method for a moving target to avoid static obstacles, the position an... [more] SANE2011-149
pp.43-48
SANE 2011-12-16
15:10
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Range Resolution Improvement Algorithm of HPRF Radar Using Two-Scan Pulse Compression and FM Ranging in Clutter Environment
Satoshi Kageme, Yasushi Obata, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2011-136
In the HPRF radar system, ranging the target is one of the important problems because range ambiguity degrade the accura... [more] SANE2011-136
pp.53-58
SANE 2011-01-28
13:25
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Position Prediction Method Using Multiple Maneuver Model
Yuki Takabayashi, Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2010-153
This paper addresses long-term position prediction method for a moving target to avoid static obstacles, the position an... [more] SANE2010-153
pp.85-90
SANE 2011-01-28
14:15
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum The Derivation of the Optimal Radar Observation Parameter for Track Extraction of Moving Targets
Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Yoshio Kosuge (Nagasaki Univ.) SANE2010-155
In track extraction using a radar , radar threshold must be lowered under low SNR environments, to maintain a certain ta... [more] SANE2010-155
pp.97-102
SANE 2010-01-28
16:55
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Performance Analysis of Track Oriented MHT in Track Initiation Problem for Low SNR Target
Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Yoshio Kosuge (Nagasaki Uni.) SANE2009-146
In radar tracking, detection threshold must be lowered under low SNR environments, to maintain a certain target detectio... [more] SANE2009-146
pp.43-48
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2009-02-27
13:00
Kyoto NICT Knowledge Creating Communication Research Center A Metaheuristic Algorithm for MFA
Isao Aoyama, Takashi Maekawa, Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2008-120
 [more] SANE2008-120
pp.47-51
SANE 2009-01-30
10:30
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Optimization of Sampling Interval in Track Initiation Problem for Low SNR Target
Yasushi Obata, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Yoshio Kosuge (Nagasaki Univ.) SANE2008-103
In radar tracking, the performance for target track initiation deteriorates under low SNR environments. In order to over... [more] SANE2008-103
pp.43-47
SANE 2009-01-30
10:55
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Evaluation of Track Initiation Performance using MFA (Multiple Frame Assignment)
Takashi Maekawa, Yasushi Obata, Isao Aoyama, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Co.) SANE2008-104
Association performance is very important for tracking in dense environment. MFA has a lot of attention in recent years ... [more] SANE2008-104
pp.49-53
SANE 2008-01-24
12:50
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Dim Target Track Initiation using Two-Stage Signal Detection Method
Yasushi Obata, Ryoji Maekawa, Hiroshi Kameda, Masayoshi Ito (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Yoshio Kosuge (Nagasaki Univ.) SANE2007-104
 [more] SANE2007-104
pp.13-18
SANE 2007-02-23
16:30
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Tracking Performance Evaluation of N-back Scan MHT
Yasushi Obata, Masayoshi Ito (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2006-142
MHT(Multiple Hypothesis Tracking) is well-known tracking algorithm for its association performance in dense environment.... [more] SANE2006-142
pp.49-54
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