Adaptive Kalman Filter
A type of Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) that contains an optimization algorithm that adapts to dynamic conditions with a high dependency on adaptive technology. Adaptive technology refers to the ability of a filter to selectively trust a given measurement more or less based on a trust threshold when com- pared to another measurement that is used as a reference. Sensors that have estimation filters that rely on adaptive control elements to improve their estimations are refered to as an AKF.

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