SE(2) state space

The `stateSpaceSE2`

object stores parameters and states in the SE(2)
state space, which is composed of state vectors represented by [*x*,
*y*, *θ*]. *x* and *y*
are Cartesian coordinates, and *θ* is the orientation angle. The object uses
Euclidean distance to calculate distance and uses linear interpolation to calculate
translation and rotation of the state.

creates an SE(2) state
space object with default state bounds for `space`

= stateSpaceSE2*x*, *y*, and
*θ*.

specifies the `sapce`

= stateSpaceSE2(`bounds`

)`bounds`

for *x*, *y*,
and *θ*. The state values beyond the bounds are truncated to the bounds.
The input, `bounds`

, allows you to set the value of the StateBounds
property.

`copy` | Create copy of state space object |

`distance` | Distance between two states |

`enforceStateBounds` | Ensure state lie within state bounds |

`interpolate` | Interpolate between states |

`sampleGaussian` | Sample state using Gaussian distribution |

`sampleUniform` | Sample state using uniform distribution |