RELIABLE ESTIMATION TECHNIQUE FOR UNDERWATER VEHICLE DETECTION AND LOCALISATION USING ACOUSTIC PROPAGATION USED IN SONAR APPLICATIONS

  • Jawahar Annabattula Department of EEE Sanketika Institute of Technology and Management Visakhapatnam

Abstract

The feasibility of a novel transformation, known as unscented transformation, which is designed to propagate information in the form of mean vector and covariance matrix through a non-linear process, is explored for underwater applications. The unscented transformation coupled with certain parts of the classic Kalman filter, provides a more accurate method than the EKF for nonlinear state estimation. Using bearings only measurements, Unscented Kalman filter algorithm estimates target motion parameters and detects target maneuver, using zero mean chi-square distributed random sequence residuals, in sliding window format. During the peiod of target maneuvering, the covariance of the process noise is sufficienyly increased in such away that, the disturbances in the solution is less. When target maneuver is completed, the covariance of process noise is lowered. In seawater, targets move at different speeds and will be at different ranges.  It is observed that this algorithm is able to track all types of targets with encouraging convergence time. The performance of this algorithm is evaluated in Monte Carlo simulation and results are shown for various typical geometries.

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Jawahar Annabattula, Department of EEE Sanketika Institute of Technology and Management Visakhapatnam

Department of EEE
Sanketika Institute of Technology and Management
Visakhapatnam

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Annabattula, J. (2016). RELIABLE ESTIMATION TECHNIQUE FOR UNDERWATER VEHICLE DETECTION AND LOCALISATION USING ACOUSTIC PROPAGATION USED IN SONAR APPLICATIONS. Innovare Journal of Engineering & Technology, 5(1), 58-62. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijet/article/view/15881
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