GEM 3330 COURSE SYLLABUS

GEM 3330 COURSE SYLLABUS - COURSE SYLLABUS: GEM 3330...

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COURSE SYLLABUS: GEM 3330 ADVANCED MEASUREMENT ANALYSIS and LAB Course Descriptions: GEM 3330 Advanced Measurement Analysis (1) Survey equipment calibration, survey astronomy, topographic mapping, control leveling, instrumentation error, and the propagation of error through survey calculations. This course is the second course of a one-year study of survey fundamentals. Prerequisite: GEM 2220. Co-requisite: GEM L330 GEM L330 Advanced Measurement Analysis Lab (1) Field laboratory experience gaining astronomic observations for azimuth, using EDMI calibration baselines, conducting topographic mapping projects and control level loops, and testing for instrument errors. The student is introduced to the field use of data collectors Instructor: David W. Gibson Adjunct Instructor, Geomatics Troy University Office: (352) 392-4995, [email protected] Home: (352) 591-2804, [email protected] Text: Elementary Surveying, An Introduction to Geomatics, 10 th Edition Wolf and Ghilani Grading: Progress Quizzes (8 to 12)
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