Thursday, 5 April 2012

Aural Null Software Nearing Completion

Wow, who knew I could get so busy over the winter time. I have been making progress, but didn't have time to blog about it. I have completely refactored my navigation library. Not only is it less prone to errors due to the fact that the Earth is not really spherical, but it actually runs faster now too.

The Aural Null calculation is now very stable since I'm using the Graham Scan to ensure the points are all on a convex hull. This has the added benefit of ordering the point so the polygon is right handed, which also makes computation of the fix faster and more stable.

Here are some screen shots of a couple of test runs:




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