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Developing Models for Kalman Filters

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  • You think the site is great and you feel a need to say as much.
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  • You have a suggestions about an appropriate addition, correction, or reference link.
    (The site is not intended to be the ultimate technical resource — if it engenders enough insight to identify and correct the defects, the site can be considered successful as-is. However, really good suggestions have a good chance of being integrated gradually into future releases of the site, should they ever happen.)
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About licensing

This material is:

      Copyright © 2017, Larry Trammell

Having failed to find a publisher for this material, I have decided to terminate the series and post what I have under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license. For complete and accurate information about the terms of usage under this license, you must read the details at the Web site link listed at the bottom of this page. However, in general descriptive terms...

The materials are all under copyright. There are some things you can do with copyrighted materials in general under the Fair Use Doctrine, among these:

  • Print a copy for offline study.
  • Cite portions of the material for review.
  • Use the information that you extract.

However, the Creative Commons license allows you some additional privileges. Among these:

  • Make backup copies. Use any media and in any format you want.
  • Make as many other copies you want for general use.
  • Make handout copies for all your friends.
  • Post a mirror copy on your own web site.
  • Republish, with or without your own changes, provided that you appropriately cite the original source and issue your modified materials under the same Creative Commons license.

Other restrictions remain unchanged:

  • You can't claim ownership of the materials. That remains with the copyright holder.
  • You can't claim authorship. That is not only illegal, it is too unethical to consider, unless you are a lawyer.
  • You can't deny access granted to others under the license.
  • You can't publish under alternative contract arrangements with a publisher.

A commercial publisher could of course republish the materials, under the same terms as everybody else, but that would mean that everybody else is granted the right to copy those publications as well. Most publishers would never consider this. However, the original copyright holder is not restricted from issuing the materials under a different license, with terms of such an agreement negotiable. The Creative Commons license remains in effect for all other copies properly made, however, since the license for those copies is irrevocable.


Credits for Version 1

Currently Larry Trammell is the sole contributor.



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