SB208C_Geodetic theory of errors

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SYLLABUS Department of Technology and Built Environment Geodetic Theory of Errors 7.5 credits Set by Board of Technology and Built Environment Date 2007-12-12 Valid from 2007-11-05 Course Name Geodetic Theory of Errors Depth of study C Level Grundnivå Course code SB208C Higher education credits 7.5 credits Subject Area Geomatik Education Area Tekniska området Learning Outcomes After the course the student is expected to be able to: • identify and treat gross, systematic and random errors likely to occur in processing of geodetic data • describe and explain common qualitative and quantitative terms used in geodesy • perform calculations of error propagation pertained to applied geodesy • conduct least squares adjustment and gross error detection on linear mathematical models like levelling networks • set up commonly accepted stochastic models for geodetic network adjustments • adjust and analyse two and three dimensional geodetic networks using specially designed software • perform simulation and optimization of geodetic networks. Content
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course GEO 112 taught by Professor Gg during the Spring '11 term at Thompson Rivers.

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