Morend, Victor M.
Kalman Filter: Recent Advances and Applications
Introduction: Localization arises repeatedly in many location-aware applications such as navigation, autonomous robotic movement, and asset tracking. Analytical localization methods include triangulation and trilateration. Triangulation uses angles, distances, and trigonometric relationships to locate an object. Trilateration, on the other hand, uses only distance measurements to identify the position of the target.
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