Kalman filter updating numerical example

This process essentially linearizes the non-linear function around the current estimate. The above recursion is a first-order extended Kalman filter (EKF).

However, higher order EKFs tend to only provide performance benefits when the measurement noise is small.

Model Most physical systems are represented as continuous-time models while discrete-time measurements are frequently taken for state estimation via a digital processor.



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