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145 COMP UNC-Chapel Hill Maintenance Manual The Kalman Filter On-line Learning Tool Greg Welch, client May 1, 2001 1 DOCUMENT CHANGE HISTORY 1 1 Document Change History March 8, 2001 Annotated Outline March 25, 2001 Matlab code (appendix) April 14-30, 2001 Filled in annotated outline CONTENTS 2 Contents 1 Document Change History 2 Introduction 2.1 Statement of purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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