Guidance Instrumentation Systematic Error Separation Method Based on Particle Swarm Optimization
A new separation method of guidance instrumentation systematic error of vehicle based on particle swarm optimization (PSO) was proposed. The telemetry environment function matrix is seriously ill-conditioned, which results in the performance degradation of guidance instrumentation systematic error separation. Hereby the problem of guidance instrumentation systematic separation is transformed into an optimization problem and PSO is used to estimate the systematic error coefficients. Furthermore, the guidance instrumentation systematic error is separated from the vehicle trajectory measurement data. The measured data processing results show that the accuracy of the separation of guidance instrumentation systematic error based on PSO is better than that of the traditional Bayesian estimation and principal component estimation methods. The proposed method has practical engineering application value in vehicle test.
KeywordsVehicle test Particle swarm optimization Guidance instrumentation systematic error Telemetry environment function matrix
This work was supported in part by The National Natural Science Foundation of China (61703408, 61801482).
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