analytical photogrammetry

analytical photogrammetry

[‚an·əl′id·ə·kəl ‚fōd·ə′gram·ə·trē]
(engineering)
A method of photogrammetry in which solutions are obtained by mathematical methods.
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For evaluating the results of photogrammetric measurements, deviations from the coordinates of the points have been calculated in respect of the coordinates determined by the analytical photogrammetry method.
Analytical photogrammetry has often been used in geomorphological studies of gully and rill formation (Elliot et al.
In the closing days of WW II, the Allied Powers discovered that the German war effort had made significant advances in geodetic control networks, in analytical photogrammetry, and in cartographic analysis.
Tobler later linked the map projection research directly to analytical photogrammetry, via the work of Tissot.
jfk, located in Indialantic, Florida, is an internationally recognized authority on analytical photogrammetry.
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