Paper Title:
Practical Time-to-Go Estimation Based on Constant Relative Acceleration
  Abstract

This paper addressed the problem of computing practical time-to-go estimation,when constant relative acceleration and measurement distribution were considered . firstly,a time-to-go arithmetic was obtained based on missile and target engagement geometry. The method is a combination of three time-to-go estimate formulations . Then time-to-go estimator was designed by applying the modified gain extended Kalman filter theory.Simulation results show that the proposed estimator can estimate the time-to-go very effectively . The proposed method is simple and straightforward to implement for missiles.

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Zhu Zhilin & Patrick Wang
Pages
78-83
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.40-41.78
Citation
H. L. Tian, X. G. Liang, X. H. Jia, X. N. Guo, "Practical Time-to-Go Estimation Based on Constant Relative Acceleration", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 40-41, pp. 78-83, 2011
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November 2010
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