Standard definitions of terms used in photogrammetry
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Standard definitions of terms used in photogrammetry revised March, 1974 by Australia. Division of National Mapping.

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Published by [National Mapping Council of Australia] in Canberra .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Photogrammetry -- Dictionaries.

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared on behalf of the National Mapping Council of Australia by the Director of National Mapping, Department of Minerals and Energy.
SeriesSpecial publication - National Mapping Council of Australia ; 5
ContributionsNational Mapping Council of Australia.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA593 .A95 1974
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 87 p. ;
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4930244M
LC Control Number76356926

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Terms to be used in strong preference to reconstruction or extraction in the context of non‐contact measurement and mapping of real‐world objects. Model (photogrammetric or stereoscopic model) is also the preferred term for the three‐dimensional space in which photogrammetric measurements relating to a stereoscopic pair of photographs are Cited by: Different terms are used for 3D transformations depending on the field of application. For example, we use the term coregistration to align laser or image-based point clouds together (Fig. ); sometimes the term absolute orientation is used to transform from a local to a world coordinate system in photogrammetry. (3) Terms in bold have their own entries for cross-referencing (derived forms of words may be used). However, However, matrix and vector symbols retain their conventional bold form, e.g. The Oxford Dictionary for Scientific Writers and Editors (Isaacs et al., ). With the aid of these two authoritative publications and making use of their long experience both of teaching photogrammetry and of editing authors’ contributions, Atkinson and Brown had achieved a very clear consensus on the forms to be used in The.

By end of this year, it will be years ago that the term photogrammetry was firstly used. The authorship on the term photogrammetry has been given by SCHWIDEFSKY / ACKERMANN [17, p. 11] to several writers2, by the American Society of Photogrammetry [2, p. 4] to MEYDENBAUER - but with a wrong date3 - and correctly by CARBONELL [3, p. 38] given to. In this paper only two terms will b~ ~urther discussed, namely accuracy and prec1swn be­ cause these are so widely used and seem to be of particularimportance Clear definitions are given In the statIstIcal literature of the two concepts. The book-"A Dictionary of Statistical Terms" and Buckland, published in , conta1l1s. It pays to become familiar with the basic descriptive terms used by used and rare booksellers to communicate a particular book’s condition. General Terms. The definitions below are for reference only. Booksellers use these terms, as well as unique terms . Photogrammetry definition, the process of making surveys and maps through the use of photographs, especially aerial photographs. See more.

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