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On the connection of pointfields: In a series of four articles the authors discuss the general problem of connecting geodetic pointfields. The articles give an overview of the necessary statistical theory, treat the connection adjustment and corresponding qualty description and present some worked out practical examples. The first article, titled "The rankdeficient linear second standard problem" discusses the consequences of a rankdeficiency in the design matrix. The relation with the theory of S-transformations and with the adjustment of free networks is shown. In the second article a general method is given for connecting pointfields. In particular, attention is given to rankdeficiencies in the coordinate covariance matrices. The third article discusses the precision and reliability description of the pointfield connection. Finally the fourth article presents some worked out practical examples. Most of the solutions are given in analytical form.
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Teunissen, Peter; Salzmann, M.A.; de Heus, H.M. (1987)Quality aspects of connected pointfields: In this article we discuss the quality of least-squares connected pointfields. Precision reliability parameters are used as quality measures. The quality of exact least-squares ...
Teunissen, Peter; Salzmann, M.A.; de Heus, H.M. (1987)On the connection of pointfields - applications and examples: In this article applications and examples concerning the adjustment for the connection of pointfields are given. The general two-dimensional linear least squares ...
Teunissen, Peter; Salzmann, M.A.; de Heus, H.M. (1987)On the adjustment for the connection of pointfields: In this article a general method is derived for connecting overlapping pointfields. In particular attention is given to randeficiencies in the coordinate covariance ...