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Algorithm: Optimal Combined Stochastic and Set-membership State Estimation Demo-Scenario

In the simulated scenario the measurements suffer from both stochastic and set-valued errors, the latter stemming from discretization errors.

You can vary the amount of measurements in each time-step.

1st plot: Visulization of measurements
2nd plot: Regular KF with set-uncertainty
3rd plot: Set-optimal KF
4th plot: Optimal Combined Stochastic and ... (show more)
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Usage: Algorithm is public.
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Florian Pfaff
09/06/2012 12:28 a.m. (version #1)

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