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The direct position determination (DPD) method can improve the location accuracy compared with the traditional twostep location methods due to omitting the intermediate procedure of estimating the measurement parameters. However, the DPD methods presented so far are significantly more complex than the two-step approach. To overcome the shortcomings of the published DPD algorithms, a novel multi-target direct localization approach is firstly proposed by exploiting the jointly sparse property indoi:10.2528/pierc11110704 fatcat:5zs7vem47zh7pmpmhypmoqozyi