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Real-time infrared target tracking system design and research based on DSP
Author(s): Xianghui Xu; Ran Tao; Yue Wang
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Paper Abstract

Based on the Digital Signal Processor (ADSP21060), a principal and subordinate structure parallel real time infrared target tracking system is established. The system is composed of image acquisition sub system, image processing sub- system, manual control subsystem and target indicates subsystem. A new fast two-dimensional (2-D) entropy algorithm and motion target detection algorithm is implemented in second DSP to detect infrared target. The mass centered tracking algorithm and correlative-tracking algorithm are used to tracking targets. A Kalman filter algorithm is used to predicting approach. And using ADSP21060 to achieve the Kalman filtering algorithm and satisfies the real-time need. In this tracking system the tracking state of infrared target is considered, detecting algorithm or tracking algorithm can be selected automatic. If tracking system is working in detecting mode and target is detected, then system will turn to tracking mode .If system is working in tracking mode and target is lost, then system will turn into detecting mode. As the ADSP-21060 offers powerful features to multi-processing DSP systems, it is easy to expand to multi subordinate DSP system. It is possible to use more complexes detecting or tracing algorithms in real time tracing system.

Paper Details

Date Published: 20 September 2001
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 4555, Neural Network and Distributed Processing, (20 September 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.441677
Show Author Affiliations
Xianghui Xu, Beijing Institute of Technology (China)
Ran Tao, Beijing Institute of Technology (China)
Yue Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4555:
Neural Network and Distributed Processing

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