CNEL Alumnus: Nicolas Obolensky


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About Me

I had my Master of Science in Electrical Engineering in August 2002. I worked under the supervision of Dr. Principe.
 
My Research Interests

My current research concentrated on adaptive and nonlinear versions of the Kalman Filter applied to moving vehicle tracking.
 
Research Goals

To improve the current methods for moving vehicle tracking.To propose a time-varying Kalman Filter, that updates the state model.
To develop algorithms that deal with the nonlinear relationship between the radar measurements and the state model.



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CNEL Papers
Journal Papers
1N. Obolensky, D. Erdogmus, J. Principe, "Kalman Filter with an Adaptive Acceleration Model for Target Tracking," Trans. on Aerospace and Electronic Systems. (Submitted)
 

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