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## Quality Control for GPS-Based Attitude Determination Systems: Analysis and Simulations

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Attitude determination using GPS.
- Cohen
- 1992
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Citation Context ...ity data is merely used to help constrain the growth of the INSstime dependent errors.sAn alternative method is to use a GPS antenna array, where two or more GPS antennas are mountedsonto a platform (=-=Cohen, 1992-=-). If the differential GPS measurements are taken at the same time, andsthe ambiguities have been resolved, then the coordinate differences between the antennas can be usedsto calculate the attitude p... |

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An Integrated INS/GPS Approach to The Georeferencing of Remotely Sensed Data,
- Schwarz, Chapman, et al.
- 1993
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Citation Context ...e integration of GPS withsInertial Navigation Systems (INS), where a high quality INS system is used to derive the six exteriorsorientation parameters of the airborne platform (for details see, e.g., =-=Schwarz et al., 1993-=-). Typically inssuch a set-up the GPS position and velocity data is merely used to help constrain the growth of the INSstime dependent errors.sAn alternative method is to use a GPS antenna array, wher... |

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A Least Squares Estimate of Spacecraft Attitude,”
- Wahba
- 1965
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Citation Context ...le pitch and roll is expected.s2.sATTITUDE DETERMINATIONsThere are several methods of calculating the attitude of a platform from a GPS multi-antenna array, e.g.sthrough the so-called 'Wahba method' (=-=Wahba, 1965-=-), via quaternions, or through a direct computationsmethod (Lu, 1995). In this paper the attitude parameters were calculated through a combined leastssquares process. This method of calculation offers... |

23 | Development of a GPS Multi-Antenna System for Attitude Determination
- Lu
- 1995
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Citation Context ...ral methods of calculating the attitude of a platform from a GPS multi-antenna array, e.g.sthrough the so-called 'Wahba method' (Wahba, 1965), via quaternions, or through a direct computationsmethod (=-=Lu, 1995-=-). In this paper the attitude parameters were calculated through a combined leastssquares process. This method of calculation offers a number of advantages:s1) All of the positional information availa... |

14 | Integrating GPS and pseudolite signals for position and attitude determination: theoretical analysis and experiment results - Wang, Tsujii, et al. - 2000 |

12 | Real-Time Heading Determination Using an Integrated GPS-Dead Reckoning System - Cannon, Schleppe, et al. - 1992 |

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Quality measures for differential GPS
- Cross, Hawksbee, et al.
- 1994
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Citation Context ...s the bias thatscan be detected with a certain probability at a specific significance level. In the calculation of the MDEsthe power of the test is usually held fixed at a reference value of say 80% (=-=Cross et al., 1994-=-). If thesmeasurements are correlated and it is assumed that there is one outlier present, then the MDE may bescalculated as follows:s∇li = σ0 λ0ci TPQvPcis(17)sci = 0 0 L 1[ ] (18)swhere σi is the st... |

10 | Outlier detection and reliability measures for singular adjustment models - Wang, Chen - 1999 |

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Applications of the Global Positioning System as an attitude reference for near Earth users
- Spinney
- 1976
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Citation Context ...experiments set-up to verify the outcomes of the simulations.s1s1.sINTRODUCTIONsThe potential of using GPS for attitude determination was recognised even before the launch of the firstsGPS satellite (=-=Spinney, 1976-=-). However, commonly this has involved the integration of GPS withsInertial Navigation Systems (INS), where a high quality INS system is used to derive the six exteriorsorientation parameters of the a... |

6 | Reliability Analysis of Phase Observations in GPS Baseline Estimation - Biacs, Krakiwsky, et al. - 1990 |

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Optimal antenna configuration for GPS attitude determination, 6 th Int. Tech. Meeting of the Satellite
- Comp
- 1993
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Citation Context ...aint of 3m, whilesGeometry 4 is also an inverted orthogonal triad with a baseline constraint of 6m. An invertedsorthogonal triad is considered to be the ideal geometry for attitude determination (see =-=Comp, 1993-=-, forsmore details). The dimensions of the body frame components in the following simulations are listed insTable 2.sTable 1 Covariance matrix used for the simulations (in m2)sQx(1,1) Qx(1,2) Qx(1,3) ... |

5 | Single-Epoch Ambiguity Resolution for Real-Time GPS Attitude Determination with the Aid of One-Dimensional Optical Fiber Gyro - Han, Rizos |

4 | Development of an integrated dualantenna fixed baseline precision pointing system, 11 th Int - Harvey - 1998 |

3 | Heading and pitch determination using - Keong, Lachapelle - 1999 |

3 | Airborne testing of a C-Migits II- low cost integrated - Sklaoud, Li, et al. - 1997 |