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Pizzo, A. (author), Chepuri, S.P. (author), Leus, G.J.T. (author)
In this paper we focus on the relative position and orientation estimation between rigid bodies in an anchorless scenario. Several sensor units are installed on the rigid platforms, and the sensor placement on the rigid bodies is known beforehand (i.e., relative locations of the sensors on the rigid body are known). However, the absolute...
conference paper 2016
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Buist, P.J. (author)
There is trend in spacecraft engineering toward distributed systems where a number of smaller spacecraft work as a larger satellite. However, in order to make the small satellites work together as a single large platform, the precise relative positions (baseline) and orientations (attitude) of the elements of the formation have to be estimated....
doctoral thesis 2013
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Kroes, R. (author)
Spacecraft formation flying is considered as a key technology for advanced space missions. Compared to large individual spacecraft, the distribution of sensor systems amongst multiple platforms offers improved flexibility, shorter times to mission, and the prospect of being more cost effective. Besides these advantages, satellite formations in...
doctoral thesis 2006
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Odijk, D. (author)
In many geodetic (surveying) applications positions of points in the terrain need to be determined with high precision (cm-accuracy or even better). The Global Positioning System (GPS) is very suitable for this purpose. High positioning accuracy is in principle feasible when a relative measurement setup is used and in the processing procedure...
doctoral thesis 2002
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