estimated position


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estimated position

[′es·tə‚mād·əd pə′zish·ən]
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The most probable position of a craft determined from incomplete data or data of questionable accuracy.
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Figures 11 and 12 and Table 3 show that the estimated positions are in good agreement with the real positions.
where [[??].sub.S] is an input entry of the defined model [PSI] ( ) and [??] is the corresponding estimated position.
The position estimate error is the difference between true position and the estimated position. We'll give you partial credit if you couldn't help yourself and answered b.
Wrist proprioception is evaluated by measuring the discrepancy between the actual position of the displaced (flexed/extended) hand and the estimated position indicated by positioning a cursor on the computer screen through rotation of a potentiometer.
The estimated position of the kth combination is [[??].sub.k].
Then, the estimated position of the jammer was amended iteratively in order to cover the most jammed nodes.
Caption: Figure 7: The difference between the estimated position of (a) [R.sub.1] and (b) [R.sub.2] reference points.
2, where [V.sub.0] represents estimated position of UN at measurement time [t.sub.0], [V.sub.1] represents estimated position at measurement time [t.sub.1], etc.
In order to solve Equation (6), an estimated position ([x.sub.0], [y.sub.0], [z.sub.0]) is initially used, which includes an error produced by the unknown variables [DELTA]x, [DELTA]y and [DELTA]z.
The estimated position value ([??], [??], [??]) = [argmin.sub.(x,y,z)]{C(x, y, z)} can be obtained by Gauss-Newton iteration
The SMLC based on an initial coarse estimated position of the target MS--for instance, its current LA--selects which BTSs and LMUs will be used in the position fix.

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