On the approximation of the integer least-squares success rate : which lower or upper bound to use ?

@inproceedings{Verhagen2004OnTA,
  title={On the approximation of the integer least-squares success rate : which lower or upper bound to use ?},
  author={Sandra Verhagen},
  year={2004}
}
The probability of correct integer estimation, the success rate, is an important measure when the goal is fast and high precision positioning with a Global Navigation Satellite System. Integer ambiguity estimation is the process of mapping the least-squares ambiguity estimates, referred to as the float ambiguities, to an integer value. It is namely known that the carrier phase ambiguities are integer-valued, and it is only after resolution of these parameters that the carrier phase observations… CONTINUE READING

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