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2.6 Points and observations

The points and observations section is bounded by the pair tag <points-observations> and contains information about points, observed horizontal directions, angles, and horizontal distances, height differences, slope distances, zenith angles, observed vectors and control coordinates.

Optional attributes of the start tag <points-observations> allow for the definition of default values of standard deviations corresponding to observed directions, angles, and distances.

Implicit values of standard deviations for the observed distances are calculated from the model with three constants a, b, and c according to the formula

a + bD^c,

where a is a constant part of the model and D is the observed distance in kilometres. If the constants b and/or c are not given, default values b=0 and c=1 will be used.

Example

 
<points-observations direction-stdev = "10" 
                     distance-stdev  = "5 3 1" >
   <!-- ... points and observation data ... -->  
</points-observations>

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