Displacement monitoring performance of relative positioning and Precise Point Positioning (PPP) methods using simulation apparatus
|dc.contributor.author||Yigit, Cemal Ozer|
|dc.identifier.citation||Alcay, S. and Ogutcu, S. and Kalayci, I. and Yigit, C.O. 2019. Displacement monitoring performance of relative positioning and Precise Point Positioning (PPP) methods using simulation apparatus. Advances in Space Research. 63 (5): pp. 1697-1707.|
Besides the classical geodetic methods, GPS (Global Positioning System) based positioning methods are widely used for monitoring crustal, structural, ground etc., deformations in recent years. Currently, two main GPS positioning methods are used: Relative and Precise Point Positioning (PPP) methods. It is crucial to know which amount of displacement can be detected with these two methods in order to inform their usability according to the types of deformation. Therefore, this study conducted to investigate horizontal and vertical displacement monitoring performance and capability of determining the direction of displacements of both methods using a developed displacement simulator apparatus. For this purpose, 20 simulated displacement tests were handled. Besides the 24 h data sets, 12 h, 8 h, 4 h and 2 h subsets were considered to examine the influence of short time spans. Each data sets were processed using GAMIT/GLOBK and GIPSY/OASIS scientific software for relative and PPP applications respectively and derived displacements were compared to the simulated (true) displacements. Then statistical significance test was applied. Results of the experiment show that using 24 h data sets, relative method can determine up to 6.0 mm horizontal displacement and 12.3 mm vertical displacement, while PPP method can detect 8.1 mm and 19.2 mm displacements in horizontal and vertical directions respectively. Minimum detected displacements are found to grow larger as time spans are shortened.
|dc.title||Displacement monitoring performance of relative positioning and Precise Point Positioning (PPP) methods using simulation apparatus|
|dcterms.source.title||Advances in Space Research|
|curtin.department||School of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS)|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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