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The information matrix is just the inverse of the covariance matrix. I recommend you read the page I linked, or just google covariance matrix. Essentially it contains how certain you are in your measurements. (The lower the number the less uncertain you are). As an example: The translation matrix between nodes(ignoring rotation for now). Your covariance ...


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You can do it manually with a protractor and straight edge - put the center of your protractor on the scanner center, align your protractor's zero-angle mark to the scanner zero, then mark off ticks at whatever your scanner resolution is. Then you use the straight edge to connect the dots from the center, through each tick, until either you draw to an object ...


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