COMPARATIVE STUDY REGARDING THE OBTAINMENT OF COORDINATES FOR THE SUPPORT POINTS USING THE TAVERSE METHOD AND THE METHOD OF THE LEAST SQUARES
AbstractA well known truth states that the position (of coordinates) for the new points is determined through several methods: intersections, double radiations, traversing, or the method of the least squares. The new points are being used by specialists in order to create topographical upheavals or cadastral plans. Lately, the great majority of specialists create works for the property right tabulation over small surfaces. Considering the development of the GNSS technology, two GNSS receptor points are determined for the support points from which the traversing is being drawn. Theoretically traversing is not the best method. It is recommended to use the method of the least squares since this takes into account all the measurements conducted. This statement will be demonstrated in this study.
Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre