What makes a practical C++ Kalman filter?

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  • Kalman

    Kalman Filter (by FrancoisCarouge)

    I'm a computer engineer with a long lost basic electrical and control theory engineering background. I needed a C++ Kalman filter library. Looking around I found many implementations for simple specific practical problems, some published papers for larger and complex problems, but few generalized libraries in modern C++. So I made one for the classical filter form.

  • pyEKF

    port of priseborough/InertialNav to sympy

    Here is an example of a derivation of an inertial navigation EKF in sympy: https://github.com/jschall/pyEKF

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  • InertialNav

    Inertial Navigation Filter

    and in Matlab: https://github.com/priseborough/inertialnav

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