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- Multipath mitigation: a GNSS receiver computes its position by trilateration from measured distances between the receiver and the set of visible satellites. GNSS receivers are only interested in estimating the delays of signals which are received directly from the satellites. Hence, multipath reflections distort the received signal in a way that may cause a bias, being considered as one of the dominant sources of error in high-precision applications. The multipath mitigation problem is statistically addressed by means of nonlinear filtering techniques, with strong emphasis on Sequential Monte Carlo methods (. particle filters) and associated complexity reduction techniques.