These proceedings include most of the papers presented at the lAG Sympo sium GPS Trends in Precise Terrestrial, Airborne, and Spacebome Appli cations held in July 1995 during the XXI-th IUGG General Assembly in Boulder, Colorado. The symposium was jointly organized by the lAG and the International Union of Surveys and Mapping (IUSM). The symposium was divided into four sessions, namely (1) The International GPS Service for Geodynamics (IGS) and other Permanent Networks, (2) Spaceborne Applications of the GPS, (3) Kinematic Applications of the GPS, and (4) The GPS and its Relations to Geophysics. The main purpose was to give an overview of the state of the art in 1995 of the applications of the GPS to geodynamics, geodesy, surveying, and navi gation. The call for papers generated a flood of originally more than 70 abstracts; quite a few could be redirected to other symposia, but still 56 papers found their way into these proceedings. We thus conclude that the volume gives a rather complete overview of GPS Trends in Precise Terrestrial, Airborne, and Spacebome Applications in the year 1995.115 Boulder, CO, USA, July 3a4, 1995 Gerhard Beutler, GA¼nter Hein, William Melbourne, GA¼nter Seeber ... In contrast to the static case, there is no clear evidence of multipath errors in the kinematic test. ... -1 I A|-- ac -2 w l -aquot; l w t I d -2 I I I w n I I O 1 O 20 30 40 O 10 20 30 40 Time (min) Time (min) Changes in satellite visibility and geometry described before have a direct effect on the final output. ... This is quite obvious when comparing the first three quarters of the data to the fourth.
|Title||:||GPS Trends in Precise Terrestrial, Airborne, and Spaceborne Applications|
|Author||:||Gerhard Beutler, Günter Hein, William Melbourne, Günter Seeber|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|