Application of Computer Algebra System to Geodesy
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This contribution extends the previous work of (2005). Using Groebner basis and Dixon resultant as the engine behind Computer Algebra Systems (CAS). The authors demonstrate how 3D GPS positioning, 3D intersection, as well as datum transformation problems are solved ‘live’ in Mathematica, thanks to modernization in CAS. Mathematica notebooks containing these ‘live’ computational models and examples are available at http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/ MathSource/6654
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