A new approach to gross error detection for GPS networks
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We present a new matrix-based approach to detect and correct gross errors in GPS geodetic control networks. The study is carried out by introducing a new matrix, whose entries are powers of a (real or complex) variable, which fully represents the network.
Is part ofDiscrete Applied Mathematics, 2019, vol. 269, p. 193-199
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