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To achieve the important tactical requirement of low probability of intercept (LPI) in the complex radar network, dynamically controlling the emission of the radars is very necessary. A novel radar dwelling time control strategy based on an interacting multiple model algorithm is presented in this paper, which controls the dwelling time of radar according to predicted covariance matrix during tracking, taking advantage of the relation model between the dwelling time and the trackingdoi:10.2495/dne-v10-n4-309-318 fatcat:z2ldgxmzqvfxbaxqxahv7cwbbq