I have been doing some reading on Kalman filters trying to figure where to start. I have done some college level calculus, but clearly I don't currently know enough to understand the math involved. Where is a good place for me to start? I downloaded a copy of the linear algebra book by Jim Hefferon. I haven't read a whole lot of the book, but I feel pretty confident with the topics covered in it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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