Dead-reckoning

Related to Dead-reckoning: Deduced Reckoning, Ded reckoning

Dead´-reck`on`ing


n.1.(Naut.) See under Dead, a.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
dashing it to the deck, no longer will I guide my earthly way by thee; the level ship's compass, and the level dead-reckoning, by log and by line; these shall conduct me, and show me my place on the sea.
The platform provides positioning hardware with ST's automotive-grade multi-constellation GNSS Teseo IC and dead-reckoning sensors.
Trimble is now enabling semi-autonomous operations for passenger vehicles with Trimble RTX technology, delivering high-accuracy GNSS corrections via a global network to support absolute vehicle positioning in combination with other sensors and inertial dead-reckoning.
"Integration of GPS and dead-reckoning navigation systems," Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference, 1991.
Kumar, "Strap-down pedestrian dead-reckoning system," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN '11), September 2011.
Due to our position and distance from other facilities, I had no usable navaids and was dead-reckoning in pitch black darkness with only silhouettes of the small mountains ahead of us.
This platform also allows for future integration of a broader range of sensing technologies to adapt to different mission profiles, including incorporation of precision inertial measurement units for dead-reckoning navigation in GPS-denied environments.
Optional hardware features include dead-reckoning location support, serial gigabit media independent interface (SGMII) for Ethernet connectivity to other data appliances in the car; and an interface to connect the module directly to an external advanced Wi-Fi integrated circuit.
This investigation proposes a modified IMM based approach to design slip compensation mechanism for dead-reckoning based robot localization and mapping.
Without time-stamping a dead-reckoning packet, the receiver cannot be entirely sure when the packet was generated, and as a result, discrepancies between the sender and receiver's view of the world will exist.