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Navigation in Wheeled Mobile Robots Using Kalman Filter Augmented with Parallel Cascade Identification to Model Azimuth Error
Unmanned ground mobile robots are land-based robots which do not have a human passenger on board. They can be either autonomous, or controlled via telecommunication. For navigational purposes, GPS is often used. However, ...
Nonlinear Modeling of Inertial Errors by Fast Orthogonal Search Algorithm for Low Cost Vehicular Navigation
Due to their complementary characteristics, Global Positioning System (GPS) is usually integrated with standalone navigation devices like odometers and inertial measurement units (IMU). Recently, intensive research has ...
Improved Land Vehicle Navigation and GPS Integer Ambiguity Resolution Using Enhanced Reduced-IMU/GPS Integration
Land vehicle navigation is primarily dependent upon the Global Positioning System (GPS) which provides accurate navigation in open sky. However, in urban and rural canyons GPS accuracy degrades considerably. To help GPS ...
New Algorithms in Rigid-Body Registration and Estimation of Registration Accuracy
Rigid-body registration is an important research area with major applications in computer-assisted and image-guided surgery. In these surgeries, often the relationship between the preoperative and intraoperative images ...
Integrated Cooperative Localization in VANETs for GPS Denied Environments
Accurate and ubiquitous localization is the driving force for location based services in Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANETs). In urban areas, Global Positioning System (GPS) and in-vehicle navigation sensors (e.g. odometers) ...
Advanced Nonlinear Techniques for Low Cost Land Vehicle Navigation
Present land vehicle positioning and navigation relies mostly on the Global Positioning System (GPS). However, in urban canyons, tunnels, and other GPS-denied environments, the GPS positioning solution may be interrupted ...