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dc.contributor.authorGiorgi, G
dc.contributor.authorTeunissen, Peter
dc.contributor.authorVerhagen, S
dc.contributor.authorBuist, Peter
dc.contributor.editorKenyon, Steve; Pacino, Maria Christina; Marti, Urs
dc.identifier.citationGiorgi, G. and Teunissen, P.J.G. and Verhagen, S. and Buist, P.J. 2012. Improving the GNSS Attitude Ambiguity Success Rate with the Multivariate Constrained LAMBDA Method, in Kenyon, S.; Pacino, M.C.; Marti, U. (ed), Geodesy for Planet Earth: International Association of Geodesy Symposia Volume 136, pp. 941-948. Heidelberg: Springer.

GNSS Attitude Determination is a valuable technique for the estimation of platform orientation. To achieve high accuracies on the angular estimations, the GNSS carrier phase data has to be used. These data are known to be affected by integer ambiguities, which must be correctly resolved in order to exploit the higher precision of the phase observables with respect to the GNSS code data. For a set of GNSS antennae rigidly mounted on a platform, a number of nonlinear geometrical constraints can be exploited for the purpose of strengthening the underlying observation model and subsequently improving the capacity of fixing the correct set of integer ambiguities. A multivariate constrained version of the LAMBDA method is presented and tested here.

dc.titleImproving the GNSS Attitude Ambiguity Success Rate with the Multivariate Constrained LAMBDA Method
dc.typeBook Chapter
dcterms.source.titleGeodesy for Planet Earth International Association of Geodesy Symposia Volume 136
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