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3.2 A simple two-dimensional strapdown navigation system
3.3 Reference frames
3.4.1 Navigation with respect to a fixed frame
3.4.2 Navigation with respect to a rotating frame
3.4.3 The choice of reference frame
3.4.4 Resolution of accelerometer measurements
3.4.5 System example
3.5.1 Inertial frame mechanisation
3.5.2 Earth frame mechanisation
3.5.3 Local geographic navigation frame mechanisation
3.5.4 Wander azimuth navigation frame mechanisation
3.5.5 Summary ofstrapdown system mechanisations
3.6.1 Introductory remarks Introduction Use of direction cosine matrix for vector transformation Propagation of direction cosine matrix with time Introduction Use ofEuler angles for vector transformation Propagation ofEuler angles with time In troduction Use of quaternion for vector transformation Propagation of quaternion with time Quaternions expressed in terms of direction cosines Quaternions expressed in terms ofEuler angles Euler angles expressed in terms of direction cosines
3.7.1 Navigation equations expressed in component form
3.7.2 The shape of the Earth
3.7.3 Datum reference models
3.7.4 Variation of gravitational attraction over the Earth
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