|Series||Publications on geodesy - Netherlands Geodetic Commission, v. 5: New series, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QB311 B25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
Molenaar, M , A further inquiry into the theory of S - transformations and criterion matrices: also as open access e-book. Netherlands Geodetic Commission NCG: Publications on Geodesy: New Series, vol. 26, Rijkscommissie voor Geodesie, : M. Molenaar. S-transformations and criterion matrices as it was presented, during the courses, for use in planimetric networks. Then the question arose of how to apply these ideas in three- dimensional pointfields. Professor Baarda of T.U. - Delft studied this problem in the beginning. Title: A further inquiry into the theory of S-transformations and criterion matrices: Authors: Molenaar, M. Publication: Delft: Rijkscommissie voor Geodesie, S-transformations and Criterion Matrices, Netherlands Geodetic Commission, Publications on Geodesy, New Series Vol. 5, No. 1, Delft. Baarda was the first who made a systematic study of the consequences of datum definitions on the precision description of geodetic by:
Datum Transformation of a Criterion Matrix and the Comparison of Real Versus Ideal Dispersion Matrices by Factor Analysis.- Datum Transformation of a Criterion Matrix.- Canonical Comparison of an Ideal Versus a Real Variance- Covariance Matrix.- The Eigenvalue Problem for the Matrix A.- The Eigenvalue Problem for the Matrix. W. Baarda, S-transformations and Criterion Matrices, Publications on Geodesy New Series 5, no 1, Netherlands Geodetic Commission,  J. Beavan, Noise properties of continuous GPS data from concrete pillar geodetic monuments in New Zealand and comparison with data from U.S. deep drilled braced monuments, Journal of Geophysical Research. Matrices and the Transform Matrix Before getting into how transformation matrices (matrices is plural of matrix) work, it is important to understand what a matrix is. A matrix is a rectangular array (or table) of numbers consisting of any number of rows and columns. A matrix consisting of m rows and n columns is known as an m x n matrix. This File Size: KB. Datum Transformation of a Criterion Matrix and the Comparison of Real Versus Ideal Dispersion Matrices by Factor Analysis.- Datum Transformation of a Criterion Matrix.- Canonical Comparison of an Ideal Versus a Real Variance- Covariance Matrix.- The Eigenvalue Problem for the Matrix A.- The Eigenvalue Problem for the Matrix 5/5(1).