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Zum Wandel in der Zielsetzung geodätischer Forschung

  title={Zum Wandel in der Zielsetzung geod{\"a}tischer Forschung},
  author={Hermann Drewes},
  • H. Drewes
  • Published 1 October 2006
  • Political Science
292 zfv 5/2006 131. Jg. Zusammenfassung Die Geodäsie hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten vor allem aufgrund der Entwicklungen in der Messund Computertechnik dramatisch gewandelt. Es stehen Beobachtungstypen und Rechnerleistungen zur Verfügung, mit denen Messungen und Analysen durchgeführt werden können, die vor einer Generation undenkbar waren. Dadurch hat sich auch die Zielsetzung der geodätischen Forschung erweitert. Die klassische Aufgabe der Ausmessung der Erdoberfläche wird auf die… 
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