Three position estimation procedures
Forrest, R. N.
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The report describes three position estimation procedures. The first is for combining estimates from different sources into a composite position estimate. The second is for generating a position estimate from bearing on or from two or more locations. The third is for generating a position estimate from two or more lines of bearing. The second revision represents a complete restructing of the report. In addition to containing corrections to several errors that are present in the original version, it also contains revised versions of the two programs that they contain. Keywords: Random variables, Confidence regions; Normal disturbance. (KR)
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