Multisensors Systems Architecture. Architecture de Systèmes Multicapteurs

Multisensors Systems Architecture

Architecture de Systèmes Multicapteurs

Roger Reynaud Samir Bouaziz 

IEF, Université Paris Sud, F91405 Orsay

Page: 
393-405
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Received: 
5 October 2004
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Accepted: 
N/A
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Published: 
30 September 2005
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Abstract: 

This paper deals with the architectures and models of fusion used to combine and integrate data into a multisensors system.There are various approaches with which a designer can develop or adapt his own model of fusion coming from two domains of applications, the military domain of the data fusion and the domain of the civil robotics or more generally the design of intelligent computerized autonomous systems.The first model is the functional JDL model, which describes applications of target tracking applied to the battlefield, then in a second time some different models are chosen to exhibit the evolution of the manners to think the fusion systems. Some fundamental principles are then exhibited about the design of multi-sensors systems related to either functional architecture or hardware architecture.

Résumé

Ce papier propose une synthèse sur les architectures et modèles de fusion utilisés pour combiner et intégrer des données dans un système multicapteurs de fusion de données. Il existe différentes approches avec lesquelles un concepteur peut développer ou adapter son propre modèle de fusion issues de deux domaines dans lesquels la recherche est active,le domaine militaire de la fusion de données et le domaine de la robotique civile ou plus généralement de la conception de systèmes autonomes informatiques intelligents. Le modèle fonctionnel intitulé JDL apporte une vision systémique de la fusion de données appliquée au suivi de cibles dans un champ de bataille,des modèles différents montrent l’évolution des façons de penser en ce qui concerne les systèmes de fusion. Un certain nombre de principes fondamentaux sont ensuite décrits concernant la conception d’un système de fusion multi-capteurs tant sur le plan de son architecture fonctionnelle que matérielle.

Keywords: 

Multisensors architecture, JDL Model, other fusion models.

Mots clés

Architecture de systèmes multicapteurs,modèle JDL,autres modèles de fusion.

1. Introduction
2. Description des Architectures de Fusion de Données
3. Principe de Conception d’un Système de Fusion
4. Conclusion
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