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randn(2,1); % measurement noise Y(:,i) = observe(R, W(:,i)) + v; end m = landmarks(landmarks ~= 0) '; % all pointers to landmarks rm = [r , m]; % all used states: robot and landmarks [x(r), R_r, R_n] = move(x(r), U, n); % Estimator perturbed with n P(r,m) = R_r * P(r,m); % See PDF notes 'SLAM course.pdf ' P(m,r) = P(r,m) '; P(r,r) = R_r * P(r,r) * R_r ' + R_n * Q * R_n '; lids = find( landmarks(1,:) ); % returns all indices of existing landmarks for i = lids l = landmarks(:, i) '; % landmark pointer [e, E_r, E_l] = observe(x(r), x(l) ); % this is h(x) in EKF rl = [r , l]; % pointers to robot and lmk. E_rl = [E_r , E_l]; % expectation Jacobian E = E_rl * P(rl, rl) * E_rl '; Yi = Y(:, i); % measurement of landmark i z = Yi-e; % this is z = y-h(x) in EKF if z(2) > pi % we need values around zero for…

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A Few Pointers Before you embark on this book, become very aware of the voice in your head ☹ and the whisper in your heart ☺ We all hear it, every day rambling on, especially when we want to relax and shut down for a while. Have you noticed how you can be watching TV or reading a book and if questioned about the content, you have no real idea what the story is about. You have drifted off hand in hand with that voice in your head, while it rambles on about all sorts. It’s very efficient at…

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Power-hungry Finger-pointers. These two historical events have much in common, particularly their leaders. Abigail Williams and Joeseph McCarthy are both “power-hungry finger pointers.” They both are fantastic at blaming innocent people for crimes, and they are professional power and attention hogs.The process of the two events are also similar, even though the events happened in different time periods, and were about different topics. In the Crucible, there are about 8, or so steps. The…

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Stephen Curry is an extremely talented three-point shooter. Not only has he changed the trajectory of his shot in order to make more three-pointers, he is considered one of the best in the NBA. Except, there is one person better. Emma Meesseman has a .464 three-point average, while Stephen Curry has a .448 three-point percentage. Many people, however, don’t know, or care to look for this because of one trending opinion; boys are better than girls. Many people say that girls and boys shouldn’t…

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7 Pointer to Keep Your House Safe While on Vacation It is December agains and yu must be planning to go on a holiday and do not want uninvited visitors in your home? It is is essential to understand that your holiday days are working days for burglars. We have a few beneficial pointers that you must follow in order to secure your home. Invest your holiday without fears over the security of your home. 1. Additional safety deadbolt lock If you do not have a security lock, you must think about…

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true intentions of the character Manley Pointer specific examples involving situational irony throughout the story help the reader to recognize evil surrounding the characters the whole time. Manley…

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of the plot through Hulga Hopewell, Manly Pointer, and Mrs. Freeman, three of the main characters in the short story. In order to understand the irony, readers…

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able to set up a fake identify for himself as a bible salesman, convince and seduce a highly educated woman who believes that good country people are trash, and steal a leg. This word as used in this instance shows that people are not always what they seem like and that even the smartest people will fall into the largest traps. "Why that looks like that nice dull young man that tried to sell me a Bible yesterday, Mrs., Hopewell said, squinting) Flannery O'Connor Page 194 The definition of…

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” This idea can best be defined during the conversation of Manley Pointer and Mrs. Hopewell. Initially unsuccessful at selling a Bible to Mrs. Hopewell, Manley Pointer then says, “People like you don’t like to fool with country people like me” (O’Connor, “Good Country” 4). Mrs. Hopewell then ignites, spouting further clichés and seemingly accepting Pointer (O’Connor, “Good Country” 4). Simply, Mrs. Hopewell believes that good country people are those who inhabit a simple society and prefer to…

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Manley Pointer knows he is a heathen and what he is doing is unscrupulous and misleading. When his trick is uncovered, Manley Pointer comments to Hulga "I hope you don't think … that I believe in that crap [the Bible]! I may sell Bibles, but I know which end is up and I wasn't born yesterday and I know where I'm going!" (page 13). He never was what she thought he was, he was assuming a part to mislead her. His deceitfulness is clear to Hulga and she shouts, "You're a fine Christian! You're just…

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