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Integrating rotation speed and linear acceleration

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haael
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Nov25-11, 04:07 AM
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Hello. This is not a homework question, rather a problem I face.

I have a device with a gyroscope and an accelerometer. I need to program it so that it calculates its position. I know how to do it in theory, but I will also need to consider many practical issues.

Has anyone done it or does anyone know any paper about that?
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