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Monday, December 03, 2012 - Thursday, December 06, 2012

447 Applied Kalman Filtering with Emphasis on GPS-Aided Systems
All Day Event

This is a highly intensive 4-day short course on Kalman filtering theory and Kalman filtering applications.
 
Objectives
  • The student will receive a thorough understanding of linear, extended, unscented, and square root Kalman filters and their practical applications to real time strapdown navigation and target tracking. The student will also be exposed to Information filters, 2nd and 3rd order extended Kalman filters, particle filters, integrity monitoring, and methods of smoothing.
  • Emphasis is on practical applications, but sufficient supporting theory is provided to give attendees the necessary tools for meaningful research and development work in the field. Considerable time is devoted to modeling, the most difficult aspect of Kalman filtering, in an application setting.
  • There will be a high level of instructor/attendee interaction, designed to provide hands-on problem solving and solution discussions.
Prerequisites
  • A basic understanding of linear systems.
  • A basic understanding of probability, random variables, and stochastic processes.
  • A thorough familiarity with matrix algebra principles.
  • Who Should Attend?
  • Engineers who need a working knowledge of Kalman Filtering or who work in the fields of either navigation or target tracking.
 

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