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Doubt regarding angles of tan inverse

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Pallov Anand
Pallov Anand le 23 Fév 2023
Modifié(e) : John D'Errico le 23 Fév 2023
If I have some error in angles which is defined as:
e = psi - psi_d
psi and psi_d are assumed to be defined. If I want this angle "e" to be remain between -pi to +pi, i.e.,
-pi < e <= +pi.
How can I do this? Do i need to use atan2 ? If yes, can you plz say, how to use atan2 ?

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John D'Errico
John D'Errico le 23 Fév 2023
Modifié(e) : John D'Errico le 23 Fév 2023
atan2 has nothing to do with it. At least not based on anything you said.
The difference between angles can exceed the range you want it to live in. So use mod instead. That is:
e = mod(e,2*pi);
e = e - 2*pi*(e > pi);
So, mod insures the angle will always live in the interval [0,2*pi]. It did that by effectively adding multiples of 2*pi. Then, if the number fell in the upper half of the interval [0,2*pi], I subtract 2*pi. The result will now always live in [-pi,pi].

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