# Java·Applied·Geodesy·3D

Least-Squares Adjustment Software for Geodetic Sciences

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 video [2021/04/22 11:22]Michael Lösler Geodetic networks and point types video [2021/05/07 15:05] (aktuell)Michael Lösler Deformation analysis Beide Seiten der vorigen Revision Vorhergehende Überarbeitung 2021/05/07 15:05 Michael Lösler Deformation analysis2021/04/22 14:30 Michael Lösler Geodetic networks and point types2021/04/22 11:22 Michael Lösler Geodetic networks and point types2021/04/16 11:40 Michael Lösler Outliers: Detection, Identification, Adaptation2021/04/15 10:51 Michael Lösler Videoanleitungen für JAG3D angelegt Nächste Überarbeitung Vorhergehende Überarbeitung 2021/05/07 15:05 Michael Lösler Deformation analysis2021/04/22 14:30 Michael Lösler Geodetic networks and point types2021/04/22 11:22 Michael Lösler Geodetic networks and point types2021/04/16 11:40 Michael Lösler Outliers: Detection, Identification, Adaptation2021/04/15 10:51 Michael Lösler Videoanleitungen für JAG3D angelegt Zeile 33: Zeile 33: =====  Geodetic networks and point types ===== =====  Geodetic networks and point types ===== - This tutorial focused on point types supported by JAG3D. A leveling network is adjusted using known reference points (forced network), and using stochastic points (dynamic network). The differences between the point type are demonstrated. + This tutorial focuses on the point types supported by JAG3D. A leveling network is adjusted using known reference points (forced network), and using stochastic points (dynamic network). The differences between the point type are demonstrated. {{youtube>FtTd-09jmWE?medium}} {{youtube>FtTd-09jmWE?medium}} + + + =====  Deformation analysis ===== + + A deformation analysis (congruence analysis) is performed based on the raw observations of a small leveling network using the software JAG3D. The stability of the reference network - the datum points - is analysed using hypothesis testing within a free network adjustment. According to the DIA approach, a misspecified functional model is detected and an unstable datum point is identified. In the adaptation phase, this point is treated as object point - not defining the datum. Moreover, shift parameters of object points are derived. + + {{youtube>k7MSwEJKg1o?medium}}
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