An orientation vector mechanization is presented for a strap down inertial system. Further, an example is given of the applica tion of this formulation to a typical. Title: A New Mathematical Formulation for Strapdown Inertial Navigation. Authors : Bortz, John. Publication: IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic. Aug 9, A New Mathematical Formulation for Strapdown Inertial Navigation JOHN E. BORTZ, Member, IEEE The Analytic Sciences Corporation.
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The orientation vector formulation allows thenoncommutativity contribution to be isolated and, therefore,treated separately and advantageously. From This Paper Topics from this paper. Further, mathenatical example is given of the applica-tion of this formulation to a typical rigid body rotation problem. VeltinkChris T. Symbolic hybrid system diagram. The two conventional ways of combatting errorsdue to this effect are 1 to update the direction cosinematrix at or near the gyro rebalance frequency using asimple update algorithm or 2 to update stradpown directioncosine matrix after many rebalance cycles using a moresophisticated algorithm.
An orientation vector mechanization is presented for a strap-down inertial system.
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It is precisely this noncommutativity rate vector that causes thecomputational problems when numerically integrating the direc-tion cosine matrix. Showing of extracted citations.
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A New Mathematical Formulation for Strapdown Inertial Navigation
Even the most efficient algorithmplaces a moderate to heavy burden on the navigationsystem computer. A differential equation is developed for the orientation vector relating the body frame to a chosen reference frame. The basic principle involved mathematjcal to generate a set ofsignals aX, Uy, and oz representing the components of thenoncommutativity rate vector a.
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The time sstrapdown of this vector is the sum of the inertially measurable angular velocity vector and of the inertially nonmeasurable noncommutativity rate vector. This integration is carried out numer-ically using the incremental outputs from the systemgyros.
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The timederivative of this vector mathemqtical the sum of the inertially measurableangular velocity vector and of the inertially nonmeasurablenoncommutativity rate vector. Ambulatory measurement of arm orientation.
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Baten Journal of biomechanics This paper has citations. Post on Aug views. Citation Statistics Citations 0 20 40 ’70 ’86 ‘ The major problem in this method is the wellknown phenomenon of noncommutativity of finite rota-tions. Topics Discussed in This Paper.
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