Closed-Form transformation between geodetic and ellipsoidal coordinates
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We present formulas for direct closed-form transformation between geodetic coordinates(Φ, λ, h) and ellipsoidal coordinates (β, λ, u) for any oblate ellipsoid of revolution.These will be useful for those dealing with ellipsoidal representations of the Earth's gravityfield or other oblate ellipsoidal figures. The numerical stability of the transformations for nearpolarand near-equatorial regions is also considered.
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The link to this article is: http:dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11200-008-0002-6
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