Barnes, JB and Cross, PA (1998) Processing models for very high accuracy GPS positioning. J NAVIGATION , 51 (2) 180 - 193.
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This paper addresses two aspects of high accuracy GPS positioning: single point positioning and real-time kinematic positioning. In both cases, it is shown that use of the correct models significantly improves the quality of the resulting positions. In the first case, emphasis is placed on physical models, especially the satellite orbit, and in the second case, emphasis is placed on the stochastic model, i.e. understanding the statistics of the GPS observables.
|Title:||Processing models for very high accuracy GPS positioning|
|Keywords:||design, R&D, GPS, surveying|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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