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One example is the unified GPS data processing method using selectively eliminated equivalent observation equations. Methods such as the zero- single- double- triple- and user defined differential GPS data processing are unified in a unique algorithm.
The method has both the advantages of un-differential and differential methods; i. Another example is the general criterion and its equivalent criterion for integer ambiguity search. Using the criterion the search can be carried out in ambiguity, coordinate or both domains. The optimality and uniqueness properties of the criterion are proved. Further Algorithm GEO BOOK BP PV are the diagonalisation algorithm of the ambiguity search problem, the ambiguity-ionospheric equations for ambiguity and ionosphere determination, as well as the use of the differential Doppler equation as system equation in Kalman filter, etc.
The book includes twelve chapters.
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After a brief introduction, the coordinate and time systems are described in the second chapter. Because the orbits determination is also an important topic of this book, the third chapter is dedicated to the Keplerian satellite orbits.
The fourth chapter deals with the GPS observables, including code range, carrier phase and Doppler measurements. The fifth chapter covers all physical influences of the GPS observations, including ionospheric effects, tropospheric effects, relativistic effects, Earth tide and ocean loading tide effects, clock errors, antenna mass centre and phase centre corrections, multipath effects, anti-spoofing Algorithm GEO BOOK BP PV historical selective availability, as well as instrumental biases.
Theories, models and algorithms are discussed in detail. X Preface to the First Edition The sixth chapter first covers the GPS observation equations, such as their formation, linearisation, related partial derivatives, as well as linear transformation and errors propagation. Then useful data combinations are discussed, where, especially, a concept of ambiguity-ionospheric equations and the related weight matrix are introduced. The equations include only Algorithm GEO BOOK BP PV and ionosphere as well as instrumental error parameters and can also be solved independently in kinematic applications.
Traditional differential GPS observation equations, including the differential Doppler equations, are also discussed in detail. The method of selectively eliminated equivalent observation equations is proposed to unify the un-differential and differential GPS data processing methods. The seventh chapter covers all adjustment and filtering methods, which are suitable and needed in GPS data processing. The main adjustment methods described are classical, sequential and block-wise, as well as conditional least squares adjustments. The key filtering methods discussed are classical and robust as well as adaptively robust Kalman filters. The a priori constraints method, a priori datum method and quasistable datum method are also discussed for dealing with the rank deficient problems.
The theoretical basis of the equivalently eliminated equations is derived in detail. The eighth chapter is dedicated to cycle slip detection and ambiguity resolution. Several cycle slip detection methods are outlined. Emphasises are given in deriving a general criterion for integer ambiguity search in ambiguity, coordinate or both domains. The criterion is derived from conditional adjustment; however, the criterion Algorithm GEO BOOK BP PV nothing to do with any condition in the end. An equivalent criterion is also derived, and it shows that the well-known least squares ambiguity search criterion is just one of the terms of the equivalent criterion. A diagonalisation algorithm and its use for ambiguity search are proposed. The search can be done within a second after the normal equation is diagonalised.
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Ambiguity function method and the method of float ambiguity fixing are outlined. The ninth chapter describes the GPS data processing in static and kinematic applications.
Data pre-processing is outlined. Emphasises are given to the solving of ambiguity-ionospheric equations and single point positioning, relative positioning as well as velocity determination using code, phase and combined data. The equivalent undifferential and differential data processing methods are discussed.
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