|Jul11-10, 09:11 AM||#1|
Do I need to scale an Inverse Matrix by it coefficient
So I have had a go at implementing the math on page 1 of the attached document and it
seems to work. I say seems to work because the way that I gather the accelerometers calibration values (offset and scale) may not be perfect hence I could be introducing my own small errors. Also I only have a limited set of test data ( R at different static orientations) to test with.
My question is:
Do I need to scale the matrix T or B by the coefficient of T to get the correct/best answer?
I ask as when I do scale B by its coefficient the error size is smaller.
I measure the error by 1 - |R| = error size.
Many thanks in advance
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