2016
DOI: 10.1111/phor.12146
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Photogrammetric Terminology: Third Edition

Abstract: This contribution offers a considerably expanded and updated version of "Photogrammetric Terminology: Second Edition" (2012), which was adopted as an official document of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS). The aim is to assist authors and editors in preparing contributions for publication and readers in the wider geomatics community in understanding current photogrammetric terms and abbreviations.

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“…Precision: it provides a quantitative measure of variability of results and is indicative of random errors, following a Gaussian or normal distribution (Granshaw, 2016). It is related to concepts like reproducibility and repeatability, i.e.…”
Section: Gnss)mentioning
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“…Precision: it provides a quantitative measure of variability of results and is indicative of random errors, following a Gaussian or normal distribution (Granshaw, 2016). It is related to concepts like reproducibility and repeatability, i.e.…”
Section: Gnss)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It coincides with precision when measurements or samples have been filtered from gross errors, and only random errors are present. Usually, accuracy is widely used as a general term for quality (Luhmann et al, 2014;Granshaw, 2016). Typical procedures for determining accuracy include comparison with independent reference coordinates or reference lengths.…”
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“…The bundle adjustment process may involve control points, as well as embedded GNSS/IMU data. Any observation can furthermore be weighted according to their precision [36]. This enables a rigorous solution to the exterior orientation problem.…”
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“…The associated process involves the calculation of the exterior orientation parameters [1,35], called extrinsic parameters in the computer vision domain [36]. This analytical procedure is sometimes referred to as "aerotriangulation", although traditionally, aerotriangulation was the term applied to the densification of ground controls ("bridging") [37].…”
Section: Bundle Adjustmentmentioning
confidence: 99%