[plt-scheme] State Estimation?

From: Richard Cleis (rcleis at mac.com)
Date: Thu Mar 2 02:59:54 EST 2006

Thanks for the manual.  I need to implement something simple by 
tomorrow night, then I might have time to make rigorous implementations 
(possibly based on the simplest concepts in Maybeck's text) that should 
fit nicely in your collection.

I am also interested in solutions that are distinct from Kalman 
Filtering.  For example, incoming measurements could be kept in lists 
that are concurrently processed with different filtering and estimation 
methods, while decision-functions choose the models that best describe 
the data.


On Mar 1, 2006, at 11:57 AM, Williams, M. Douglas wrote:

> I'd be happy to help you and extend the science collection if needed to
> support such work.  I will send you the reference manual for the 
> science
> collection in a separate e-mail.
> Doug
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: plt-scheme-bounces at list.cs.brown.edu [mailto:plt-scheme-
>> bounces at list.cs.brown.edu] On Behalf Of Noel Welsh
>> Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 7:11 AM
>> To: Richard Cleis; PLT Scheme
>> Subject: Re: [plt-scheme] State Estimation?
>> No, but I think the Science collection will have most of
>> the parts to do so.
>> N.
>> --- Richard Cleis <rcleis at mac.com> wrote:
>>> Has anyone around here implemented (in Scheme) any sorts
>>> of state
>>> estimators or Kalman filters?  I don't want to reinvent a
>>> wheel that
>>> turns out to be square.
>>> rac
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