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From Garrett Kane <>
Subject Re: [MATH] Kalman Filter
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2012 19:43:23 GMT

Thanks a lot. You  were correct, that output was from While I am not sure why that was
running instead of my test program, it is now resolved. Pretty sure I can
take it from here, Thanks for your help!

From:	Thomas Neidhart <>
Date:	07/26/2012 13:57
Subject:	Re: [MATH] Kalman Filter

On 07/26/2012 07:12 PM, Garrett Kane wrote:
> The code I am using (copied from the apache commons page on the kalman
> filter) is:
> *public* *class* Kalman {
> *void* main(){


Hi Garrett,

whatever you see in your output, it is not related to the code you
posted. In fact the kalman filter does not use any trigonometric
functions and the data you see is actually some internal stuff of

I do not know why you see it, but one indication might be that you need
to have a properly defined main for your application to run:

public static void main(String[] args)

Could you try this?



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