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Angle prediction problem [P]

Hello people, I would like to develop an algorithm to predict angles for my project. Now what I’m doing is collecting values from two gyro sensors which in the form of angles. One of these angles is the input and the other is to be predicted, the second sensor is used to check whether the predicted angle is right or wrong. Now what we have tried – – we checked the correlation here and it came out to be 91% which was expected and we checked that these angle values can be derived from a lookup table but these mappings change when derivative or rate of change of input changes. And this is my problem I’m not able to come up with an apt algo to solve this problem also the solution needs to less memory hungry😅. Which again a problem. We thought of fuzzy logic but again it is difficult to form proper membership functions. Please please people of Reddit help me!

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