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All Stack Exchange sites start out as proposals on Area 51. This site was in proposal state there for over a year. When a site finally collects enough interested users, it moves to Private Beta state, where only users who signed up for the proposal can operate. The site later goes into full Beta, where anyone can contribute. At this point, moderators are ...


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Provided the information could be posed in a Q&A style format, I think this is OK. It's perfectly OK to answer your own questions, so this might be one case where this is a good idea. I know I asked a couple of questions that I intended to answer myself to get things moving on this site... but I received too many good answers --- probably better than ...


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I believe it's a better fit for electrical engineering.


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Since the question is back here and open, there is nothing you need to do. As for the general on-topicness of questions on Kalman filters, they're absolutely on-topic, no doubt about it. However, you should pause to think as to why your question might have attracted close votes. See the first version of your question that you asked. Now that is hardly a ...


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Your SE.DSP question is still not clear to me: Is there an ordinal variable (e.g. time) to help you with separating latent variables? Or is the problem purely instantaneous? How can you quantify "obtain fairly accurate composition"? What are your sensor characteristics (esp. regarding saturation)? Your question, IMHO, is not yet precise enough, or ...


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The rules appear to allow such questions if you state them the right way. Quoting Signal Processing Stack Exchange help center: Some subjective questions are allowed, but “subjective” does not mean “anything goes”. All subjective questions are expected to be constructive. What does that mean? Constructive subjective questions: inspire answers ...


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