Adjustment TheoryAn IntroductionBy P.J.G. Teunissen

December 2000

Delft University Press

ISBN: 90-407-1974-8

193 pages, illustrated

$48.50 paper original

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Adjustment theory can be regarded as the part of the mathematical geodesy that deals with the optimal combination of redundant measurements together with the estimation of unknown parameters. In this introductory text, the methodology of adjustment is emphasized, although various samples are given to illustrate the theory. The methods discussed form the basis for solving different adjustment problems in geodesy.

Mathematics

Series on Mathematical Geodesy and Positioning

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