Sensor Fusion and Tracking Toolbox / Utilities
The Track Concatenation block concatenates track buses originating from
multiple sources into a single list of object tracks. The sources to this block must all use
objectDetection format, and can be sensors, trackers, other track concatenation
blocks, or other track-to-track fusion blocks. Use this block to concatenate tracks from
multiple sources before passing them into the Track-To-Track Fuser block.
In1, In2, ..., InN— Tracks to combine
Tracks to combine, where each track is a Simulink bus containing a MATLAB structure. See Create Nonvirtual Buses (Simulink) for more details.
You can find the definitions of the track lists in the Confirmed Tracks output port descriptions of the tracker blocks, such as the Global Nearest Neighbor Multi Object Tracker block.
By default, the block includes two ports for input detections. To add more ports, use the Number of input sensors to combine parameter.
Out— Combined tracks
Combined tacks from all input buses, returned as a Simulink bus containing a MATLAB structure. See Create Nonvirtual Buses (Simulink). You can find the definitions of the track lists in the Confirmed Tracks output port descriptions of the tracker blocks, such as the Global Nearest Neighbor Multi Object Tracker block.
Number of input tracks to combine— Number of input track ports
2(default) | positive integer
Number of input track ports, specified as a positive integer. The input ports labeled In1, In2, …, InN, where N is the value set by this parameter.
Source of output bus name— Source of output bus name
Source of the output bus name, specified as
If you select
Auto, the block automatically generates a bus
If you select
Property, specify the bus name using the
Specify an output bus name parameter.
Specify an output bus name— Name of output bus
Specify a name for the output bus.
To enable this parameter, set the Source of output bus name
Simulate using— Type of simulation to run
Interpreted execution(default) |
Interpreted execution — Simulate the model using the
MATLAB interpreter. This option shortens startup time. In
Interpreted execution mode, you can debug the source
code of the block.
Code generation — Simulate the model using generated
C/C++ code. The first time you run a simulation, Simulink generates C/C++ code for the block. The C code is reused for
subsequent simulations as long as the model does not change. This option requires
additional startup time.