Applied Mathematics in Integrated Navigation Systems, Volume 1

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AIAA, 2003 - Mathematics - 330 pages
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Intended for those directly involved with the design, integration, and test and evaluation of navigation systems, this text/CD-ROM presents elements of basic mathematics, kinematics, equations describing navigation systems and their error models, and Kalman filtering. Detailed derivations are presen
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Coordinate Systems and Transformations
41
Earth Models
59
Terrestrial Navigation
73
Navigation Sensor Models
101
Navigation Aids
117
Kalman Filtering
141
StrapDown Inertial Sensor Laboratory Calibration
173
Inertial Navigation System Ground Alignment
215
Global Positioning
229
InMotion Alignment
245
Integrated Differential Global Positioning
267
Attitude Determination and Estimation
279
Summary
299
Appendix B Global Positioning System Position Velocity
313
Fine Alignment Error Equations
321

Flight Test Evaluations
189
Reconstruction
200

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Robert M. Rogers received his degrees in aerospace engineering from the University of Florida and is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. As sole proprietor of Rogers Engineering & Associates, Dr. Roberts performs research development, systems analysis, test and evaluation, and teaching for the Department of Defense and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in integrated navigation systems.

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