VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy: Iag Symposium Wuhan, China 29 May - 2 June, 2006: Iag Symposium Wuhan, China 29 May - 2 June, 2006 by Peiliang XuVI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy: Iag Symposium Wuhan, China 29 May - 2 June, 2006: Iag Symposium Wuhan, China 29 May - 2 June, 2006 by Peiliang Xu

VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy: Iag Symposium Wuhan, China 29…

byPeiliang XuEditorJingnan Liu, Athanasios Dermanis

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This volume of proceedings is a collection of refereed papers resulting from the VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy. The papers cover almost every topic of geodesy, including satellite gravity modeling, geodynamics, GPS data processing, statistical estimation and prediction theory, and geodetic inverse problem theory. In addition, particular attention is paid to topics of fundamental importance in the next one or two decades in Earth Science.

Title:VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy: Iag Symposium Wuhan, China 29…Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:362 pages, 27 × 19.3 × 0.17 inShipping dimensions:27 × 19.3 × 0.17 inPublished:November 25, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642094023

ISBN - 13:9783642094026


Table of Contents

Satellite Gravity and Geodynamics.- Do We Need New Gravity Field Recovery Techniques for the New Gravity Field Satellites?.- A Localizing Basis Functions Representation for Low-Low Mode SST and Gravity Gradients Observations.- Gravity Field Modeling on the Basis of GRACE Range-Rate Combinations.- The Torus Approach in Spaceborne Gravimetry.- Gravity Recovery from Formation Flight Missions.- GRACE Gravity Model Derived by Energy Integral Method.- Robust Estimation and Robust Re-Weighting in Satellite Gravity Modelling.- Topographic and Isostatic Reductions for Use in Satellite Gravity Gradiometry.- Gravity Change After the First Water Impoundment in the Three-Gorges Reservoir, China.- Continental Water Storage Changes from GRACE Line-of-Sight Range Acceleration Measurements.- Atmospheric De-Aliasing Revisited.- First Results of the 2005 Seismology - Geodesy Monitoring Campaign for Volcanic Crustal Deformation in the Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland.- The Statistical Analysis of the Eigenspace Components of the Strain Rate Tensor Derived from FinnRef GPS Measurements (1997-2004) in Fennoscandia.- GPS Research for Earthquake Studies in India.- Preliminary Results of Subsidence Measurements in Xi'an by Differential SAR Interferometry.- Reference Frame, GPS Theory, Algorithms and Applications.- Accuracy Assessment of the ITRF Datum Definition.- The ITRF Beyond the "Linear" Model. Choices and Challenges.- Approach for the Establishment of a Global Vertical Reference Level.- The Research Challenges of IAG Commission 4 "Positioning & Applications".- Integrated Adjustment of LEO and GPS in Precision Orbit Determination.- Reduced-Dynamic Precise Orbit Determination Based on Helmert Transformation.- GNSS Ambiguity Resolution: When and How to Fix or not to Fix?.- Probabilistic Evaluation of the Integer Least-Squares and Integer Aperture Estimators.- The Evaluation of the Baseline's Quality Based on the Probabilistic Characteristics of the Integer Ambiguity.- Kinematic GPS Batch Processing, a Source for Large Sparse Problems.- Optimal Recursive Least-Squares Filtering of GPS Pseudorange Measurements.- A Comparison of Particle Filters for Personal Positioning.- An Effective Wavelet Method to Detect and Mitigate Low-Frequency Multipath Effects.- Regional Tropospheric Delay Modeling Based on GPS Reference Station Network.- Research on GPS Receiver Antenna Gain and Signal Carrier-to-Noise Ratio.- Optimal Combination of Galileo Inter-Frequencies.- Closed-Form ADOP Expressions for Single-Frequency GNSS-Based Attitude Determination.- Safety Monitoring for Dam Construction Crane System with Single Frequency GPS Receiver.- PPP for Long-Range Airborne GPS Kinematic Positioning.- The Uniform Tykhonov-Phillips Regularization (?-weighted S-homBLE) and its Application in GPS Rapid Static Positioning.- Statistical Estimation: Methods and Applications.- Collocation with Integer Trend.- Multidimensional Statistical Tests for Imprecise Data.- Multivariate Total Least - Squares Adjustment for Empirical Affine Transformations.- Robust Double-k-Type Ridge Estimation and Its Applications in GPS Rapid Positioning.- Adaptive Robust Sequential Adjustment.- Application of Unscented Kalman Filter in Nonlinear Geodetic Problems.- Order Statistics Filtering for Detecting Outliers in Depth Data along a Sounding Line.- Stepwise Solutions to Random Field Prediction Problems.- Maximum Possibility Estimation Method with Application in GPS Ambiguity Resolution.- Variance Component Estimation by the Method of Least-Squares.- Noise Characteristics in High Precision GPS Positioning.- Helmert Variance Component Estimation-based Vondrak Filter and its Application in GPS Multipath Error Mitigation.- Statistical Analysis of Negative Variance Components in the Estimation of Variance Components.- A Method to Adjust the Systematic Error along a Sounding Line in an Irregular Net.- Research on Precise Monitoring Method of Riverbed Evolution.- Geodetic Boundary Value Problems and Inverse Problem Theory.- On the Universal Solvability of Classical Boundary-Value Problems of Potential Theory: A Contribution from Geodesy.- Model Refinements and Numerical Solutions of Weakly Formulated Boundary-Value Problems in Physical Geodesy.- On an Ellipsoidal Approach to the Singularity-Free Gravity Space Theory.- Local Geoid Modelling From Vertical Deflections.- Monte Carlo Integration for Quasi-linear Models.- Wavelet Evaluation of Inverse Geodetic Problems.- Correcting the Smoothing Effect of Least-Squares Collocation with a Covariance-Adaptive Optimal Transformation.- Analytical Downward and Upward Continuation Based on the Method of Domain Decomposition and Local Functions.