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PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 6:48 pm    Post subject: Re: Kalman filtering libraries Reply with quote

You might look at O-Matrix, http://www.omatrix.com/overview.html, and the
"Kalman Filter Design Studio", http://www.omatrix.com/kbf.html O-Matrix
includes functions for Kalman filtering and the Design Studio provides a
GUI-based solution for design filters.

The O-Matrix manual chapter on available Kalman filter functions is
available at: http://www.omatrix.com/manual/kalman_bucy.htm


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I hope this is not too much off-topic.

I need to do some simple kalman filtering and have located two promising
libraries:

Bayesian Filtering Library
http://people.mech.kuleuven.be/~kgadeyne/bfl.html

Bayes++
http://bayesclasses.sourceforge.net/Bayes++.html

The first is in C which is a plus for interfacing from other languages (in
my case can be of convenience).

Anyone has any info that can help on making a decision? Which one is more
stable, or more reliable, etc. Thanks in advance.

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PostPosted: Thu May 25, 2006 3:53 pm    Post subject: Kalman filtering libraries Reply with quote

I hope this is not too much off-topic.

I need to do some simple kalman filtering and have located two promising
libraries:

Bayesian Filtering Library
http://people.mech.kuleuven.be/~kgadeyne/bfl.html

Bayes++
http://bayesclasses.sourceforge.net/Bayes++.html

The first is in C which is a plus for interfacing from other languages (in
my case can be of convenience).

Anyone has any info that can help on making a decision? Which one is more
stable, or more reliable, etc. Thanks in advance.
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