Optimal Attitude Estimation and Filtering Without Using Local Coordinates Part I: Uncontrolled and Deterministic Attitude Dynamics

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Sanyal, Amit K.;
(2005)
  • Subject: 93E11 | Mathematics - Optimization and Control | 93E10 | 49Q99
    arxiv: Computer Science::Computers and Society | Physics::Physics Education

There are several attitude estimation algorithms in existence, all of which use local coordinate representations for the group of rigid body orientations. All local coordinate representations of the group of orientations have associated problems. While minimal coordinat... View more
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