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MCS
2008
Springer
9 years 6 months ago
A wildland fire model with data assimilation
A wildfire model is formulated based on balance equations for energy and fuel, where the fuel loss due to combustion corresponds to the fuel reaction rate. The resulting coupled p...
Jan Mandel, Lynn S. Bennethum, Jonathan D. Beezley...
ENGL
2007
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Vision Based Target-Tracking Realized with Mobile Robots using Extended Kalman Filter
— The paper presents a novel scheme for target-tracking realized with two mobile robots, where one robot is configured as tracker and the other as moving target. Fuzzy C-means cl...
Sheli Sinha Chaudhuri, Amit Konar
JIRS
2006
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Inverse Kinematics of Human Arm Based on Multisensor Data Integration
The paper considers a technique for computation of the inverse kinematic model of the human arm. The approach is based on measurements of the hand position and orientation as well ...
Matjaz Mihelj
IVC
2006
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Multi camera image tracking
This paper presents a method for multi camera image tracking in the context of image surveillance. The approach differs from most methods in that we exploit multiple camera views ...
James Black, Tim Ellis
JFR
2008
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Terrain-based vehicle orientation estimation combining vision and inertial measurements
A novel method for estimating vehicle roll, pitch and yaw using machine vision and inertial sensors is presented that is based on matching images captured from an on-vehicle camer...
Vishisht Gupta, Sean Brennan
IJCSS
2006
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Recursive Filter Design for Estimating Time Varying Multijoint Human Arm Viscoelasticity
The time varying human multijoint arm dynamics can be modeled by two factors, simplified musculoskeletal dynamics and the uncertainty factor consisting of measurement noises and m...
Mingcong Deng, Akira Inoue, Hiroaki Gomi, Yoichi H...
AR
2006
116views more  AR 2006»
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Slip-compensated path following for planetary exploration rovers
A system that enables continuous slip compensation for a Mars rover has been designed, implemented, and field-tested. This system is composed of several components that allow the ...
Daniel M. Helmick, Stergios I. Roumeliotis, Yang C...
CSDA
2008
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Maximizing equity market sector predictability in a Bayesian time-varying parameter model
A large body of evidence has emerged in recent studies confirming that macroeconomic factors play an important role in determining investor risk premia and the ultimate path of eq...
Lorne D. Johnson, Georgios Sakoulis
CORR
2008
Springer
113views Education» more  CORR 2008»
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Distributed Kalman Filter via Gaussian Belief Propagation
Abstract--Recent result shows how to compute distributively and efficiently the linear MMSE for the multiuser detection problem, using the Gaussian BP algorithm. In the current wor...
Danny Bickson, Ori Shental, Danny Dolev
CDC
2008
IEEE
115views Control Systems» more  CDC 2008»
9 years 7 months ago
Ensemble-on-demand Kalman filter for large-scale systems with time-sparse measurements
The ensemble Kalman filter for data assimilation involves the propagation of a collection of ensemble members. Under the assumption of time-sparse measurements, we avoid propagatin...
In Sung Kim, Bruno Otávio Soares Teixeira, ...
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