Cover: Statistical Theory of Navigation Employing Independent Inertial and Velocity Measurements

Statistical Theory of Navigation Employing Independent Inertial and Velocity Measurements

Published 1954

by Peter Swerling, Edward Reich

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A theoretical study of optimum determination of position by a navigation device employing independent inertial and velocity measurements, which are subject to random errors. This problem is related to the theory of statistical estimation as well as to filtering theory.

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