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J. Skaloud, “Optimizing Georeferencing of Airborne Survey Systems by INS/DGPS,” Ph.D. Thesis, UCGE Report 20216, University of Calgary, Calgary, 1999. GradTheses.html

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  • TITLE: The Correction of Commercial IMU Data for Single Image Registration

    AUTHORS: Shuib Rambat, Mohamad Syazli Fathi, John Elgy

    KEYWORDS: Commercial IMU; Epoch Analysis; Image Rectification

    JOURNAL NAME: Positioning, Vol.4 No.2, May 22, 2013

    ABSTRACT: This study aims to enhance the accuracy of the commercial Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) developed using the advanced Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) by using the epoch analysis technique. The epoch analysis approach has been established to quantify the observation data from static measurement stations. A statistical approach is used to: 1) eliminate gross errors; 2) determine the appropriate data (filter); 3) estimate future values; and 4) for data evaluation. The main attribute of epoch analysis is its treatment of redundancy in the observed data by taking into account the frequencies that are found within it. In a dynamic application, epoch analysis is used by examining the instantaneous position. In this paper, the competency of epoch analysis in reducing the commercial IMU data for geometrical image correction is presented.