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LINEAR ALGEBRA, GEODESY, AND GPS by GILBERT STRANG

LINEAR ALGEBRA, GEODESY, AND GPS by  GILBERT STRANG
About the Book

Geodesy begins with measurements from control points. Geometric geodesy measures
heights and angles and distances on the Earth. For the Global Positioning System (GPS),
the control points are satellites and the accuracy is phenomenal. But even when the measurements
are reliable, we make more than absolutely necessary. Mathematically, the positioning
problem is overdetermined.
There are errors in the measurements. The data are nearly consistent, but not exactly.
An algorithm must be chosen-very often it is least squares-to select the output that
best satisfies all the inconsistent and overdetermined and redundant (but still accurate!)
measurements. This book is about algorithms for geodesy and global positioning.

Details
Series: Geodesy
ISBN: 0961408863
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