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Title Survey control points : compatibility and verification / Gabriel Weiss, Erik Weiss, Roland Weiss, Slavomir Labant, Karol Bartos.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2016.

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Series SpringerBriefs in geography, 2211-4165.
SpringerBriefs in geography. 2211-4165.
Subject Geodesy.
Geodesy -- Mathematics.
Alt Name Weiss, Gabriel, 1961-
Weiss, Erik,
Weiss, Roland,
Labant, Slavomir,
Bartos, Karol,
Description 1 online resource (ix, 118 pages) : color illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This work deals with the issue of geodetic network structures, i.e. methods of verifying the condition of existing geodetic controls in terms of their compatibility and thereby their applicability. The presented work addresses these problems only for geodetic controls on a local scale. This is a common surveying issue in a number of countries, especially where there are concerns about the quality of the structure and homogeneity of national spatial and triangulation networks. There is a need for verification, not only for the use of terrestrial methods of determination of points but also for other surveying technology, since all technology operates with a certain threshold accuracy and using physical marks located on an unstable earth surface as survey control points. Issues of the compatibility of points whose coordinates are defined as functions of time by specific equations with respect to basal positions of points at certain epochs (points in systems ITRS, ETRS and others) are not considered.
Contents Preface; Contents; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 2 The Compatibility of Geodetic Control; 3 The Compatibility of 2D (Planimetric) Points; 3.1 Characteristics of Planimetric Points in Terms of Compatibility; 3.2 The Emergence of Incompatibility of Points and Its Impact on the Creation of Geodetic Controls; 3.3 The Need for Verification of Compatibility of Survey Control Points; 3.4 Indicators of Planimetric Compatibility of Points; 3.4.1 In General; 3.4.2 Types of Indicators; 3.4.3 The Internal Structure of Indicators; 3.4.4 Characteristics of Indicators.
3.4.5 Relations Between DL and DC Indicators3.4.5.1 Relations Between DL and DC in a Geodetic Control; 3.4.5.2 Relations Between DL and DC at Points; 3.5 Pre-information to Verify Planimetric Compatibility; 4 The Compatibility of 1D (Height) Points; 4.1 Characteristics of Height Points in Terms of Compatibility; 4.2 The Emergence of Incompatibility and Its Effect on Height Determination; 4.3 Indicators of Height Incompatibility and Their Characteristics; 4.4 Pre-information to Verify the Height Compatibility; 5 The Compatibility of 3D Spatial Points.
5.1 Characteristics of Spatial Points in Terms of Compatibility5.2 The Emergence of Incompatibility of Points and Its Effect on the Establishment of Spatial Networks; 5.3 Indicators of Spatial Compatibility of Points and Their Characteristics; 5.3.1 In General; 5.3.2 Types of Indicators; 6 The Verification of Compatibility of Planimetric Points; 6.1 In General; 6.2 The Compatibility Verification with dC Indicators; 6.2.1 Strategies of Compatibility Verification; 6.2.1.1 Verification of Compatibility with Full Pre-information.
6.2.1.2 Verification of Compatibility with Incomplete Pre-information6.2.2 Methods of Compatibility Verification; 6.2.2.1 Overview of Methods; 6.2.2.2 Methods of Verification with Full Pre-information; Method of Planimetric Congruency; Boljen's Method; 6.2.2.3 Methods of Verification with Incomplete Pre-information; Lenzmann -- Heck's Method; Koch's Method; 6.3 The Compatibility Verification with dL Indicators; 6.3.1 In General; 6.3.2 The Verification of Compatibility of Points of Changes in Lengths; 6.3.2.1 Verification on the Basis of One Length; 6.3.2.2 Verification Based on a Set of Lengths.
6.3.3 The Verification of Compatibility of Points in Network Structure7 The Verification of Compatibility of Height Points; 7.1 In General; 7.2 Strategies of Verification of Altimetric Compatibility; 7.2.1 The Verification with Full Pre-information; 7.2.2 The Verification with Incomplete Pre-information; 7.3 Methods of Verification of Altimetric Compatibility; 7.3.1 Method of Height Congruency (Full Pre-information); 7.3.2 Lenzmann -- Heck's Method (Incomplete Pre-information); 8 The Verification of Compatibility of Spatial Points; 8.1 In General.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed January 12, 2016).
ISBN 9783319284576 (electronic bk.)
3319284576 (electronic bk.)
9783319284569
3319284568
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-28457-6
OCLC # 934515364
Additional Format Print version: 3319284568 9783319284569 (OCoLC)930996832.


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