A Reconfigurable Platform Architecture for an Automotive Multiple-Target Tracking System

The past two decades have witnessed a proliferation of microelectronic devices in automotive systems. Today, such devices are commonly used in a wide range of automotive applications including engine and vehicle control, anti-lock brakes, navigation systems, and car entertainment units. In this paper, the authors report on their progress in developing a dynamically reconfigurable processing platform for an automotive Multiple-Target Tracking (MTT) system. In addition to motivating their work, they present an overview of their design, some preliminary results, and report on the status of their work.

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