DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272704030094
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The use of empirical optimization methods in navigational problems under scarce measurement data conditions

T. O. Myslivtsev

Abstract


The paper considers the possibility for application of empirical optimization methods to resolution of the navigational problem in the case of a shortage of measurement information. It is proposed to use a modified method of conjugate directions solving the problem of prompt estimation of orbital parameters of space objects in the satellite system of observation.

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