Recent studies show that the combined use of Large-Volume Metrology (LVM) systems can lead to a systematic reduction in measurement uncertainty and a better exploitation of the available equipment. This is actually possible using a recently developed modular probe, which is equipped with different typologies of targets and integrated inertial sensors. The goal of this paper is to present a new mathematical/statistical model for the real-time localization of this probe. This model is efficient, as it is based on a system of linearized equations, and effective, as the equations are weighed with respect to their uncertainty contribution.

A new mathematical model to localize a multi-target modular probe for large-volume-metrology applications / Maisano, DOMENICO AUGUSTO FRANCESCO; Mastrogiacomo, Luca. - ELETTRONICO. - (2017). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 11th AMCTM (Advanced Mathematical and Computational Tools in Metrology and Testing) International Conference tenutosi a Glasgow (UK) nel 29-31 August, 2017.

A new mathematical model to localize a multi-target modular probe for large-volume-metrology applications

MAISANO, DOMENICO AUGUSTO FRANCESCO;MASTROGIACOMO, LUCA
2017

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Recent studies show that the combined use of Large-Volume Metrology (LVM) systems can lead to a systematic reduction in measurement uncertainty and a better exploitation of the available equipment. This is actually possible using a recently developed modular probe, which is equipped with different typologies of targets and integrated inertial sensors. The goal of this paper is to present a new mathematical/statistical model for the real-time localization of this probe. This model is efficient, as it is based on a system of linearized equations, and effective, as the equations are weighed with respect to their uncertainty contribution.
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