Applied Geodesy

Global Positioning System — Networks — Particle Accelerators — Mathematical Geodesy

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ISBN: 978-3-540-18219-1 (Print) 978-3-540-47821-8 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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    Pages 1-9

    GPS its development and deployment

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    Pages 11-15

    GPS receiver technology

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    Pages 17-30

    Precise positioning with the GPS

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    Pages 31-46

    GPS orbit determination using the double difference phase observable

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    Pages 47-65

    Accuracy problems when combining terrestrial and satellite observations

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    Pages 67-87

    Very long baseline interferometry

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    Pages 89-110

    The lep trilateration network

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    Pages 111-124

    Deviation of the vertical

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    Pages 125-133

    Comparison between terrameter and GPS results — And how to get there

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    Pages 135-161

    Geodetic networks for crustal movements studies

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    Pages 163-179

    Gyroscope technology, status and trends

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    Pages 181-206

    Underground geodesy

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    Pages 207-246

    High precision geodesy applied to CERN accelerators

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    Pages 247-267

    Three dimensional adjustments in a local reference system

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    Pages 269-278

    Computer aided geodesy for LEP installation

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    Pages 279-292

    Computer-aided geodesy for LEP installation

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    Pages 293-307

    Applied metrology for LEP

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    Pages 309-315

    Applied metrology for lep

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    Pages 317-341

    Metrology for experiments

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    Pages 343-357

    New trends in mathematical geodesy

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