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Stochastic estimation of dynamically changing object orientation parameters using satellite measurements

V. I. Lukasevich, S. O. Kramarov, Sergey V. Sokolov


It is solved a problem of a posteriori estimation of dynamically modified parameters of angular movement of the object by satellite measurements. There are shown advantages of application of the methods of stochastic non-linear dynamic filtration before single-stage measurements. It is represented an example, showing efficiency of proposed approach.


stochastic filtration; invariant model of angular movement; satellite navigation measurements; supervision equations; parameters of rotation

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