ADOP based upper bounds for the bootstrapped and the least squares ambiguity success.
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The success or failure of carrier phase ambiguity resolution can be predicted by means of the probability of correct integer estimation, also referred to as the ambiguity success-rate. In this contribution two easy-to-compute upperbounds of the ambiguity success-rate are described, one for the integer bootstrapped success-rate and one for the integer least-squares success-rate. The relationship between the two upperbounds is also shown.
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