Penalized GNSS Ambiguity Resolution

@inproceedings{Teunissen2004PenalizedGA,
  title={Penalized GNSS Ambiguity Resolution},
  author={Peter J. G. Teunissen},
  year={2004}
}
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) carrier phase ambiguity resolution is the process of resolving the carrier phase ambiguities as integers. It is the key to fast and high precision GNSS positioning and it applies to a great variety of GNSS models which are currently in use in navigation, surveying, geodesy and geophysics. A new principle of carrier phase ambiguity resolution is introduced. The idea is to give the user the possibility to assign penalties to the possible outcomes of the… CONTINUE READING
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