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Improved deterministic measurement model for consumer-grade accelerometers

Improved deterministic measurement model for consumer-grade accelerometers

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Deterministic error modelling, calibration and model parameter estimation of consumer-grade accelerometers is considered and improvement to the traditionally used measurement model is proposed. Calibration experiments on a flight motion simulator are performed for experimental verification. Model parameters are estimated using the Levenberg-Marquardt optimisation algorithm. Residual errors are considerably reduced as a result of the improved measurement model.

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