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Position Determination of Reference Points in Surveying

  • Leonhard Dietze
  • Klaus Böhm

Abstract

The localisation of reference points is a daily task in surveying. This chapter describes the results of a project for aiding localisation using a mobile service (Mobile Reference Point Localisation, MRPL). A sound concept based on the combination of context-dependent vector representation and the integration of the user position has been developed and is presented here. The implementation of the service is carried out in Java, using SVG as a structural vector format, and leads to a functional prototype. This prototype is then evaluated within the framework of a user test.

Keywords

Reference Point Position Determination User Position Scalable Vector Graphic Connection Module 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Leonhard Dietze
    • 1
  • Klaus Böhm
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute i3mainzUniversity of Applied Sciences MainzMainz

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