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Computation of the quasigeoid-geoid separation for the territories of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic

BUDAY, M. VATRT, V. POSPÍŠIL, L.

Originální název

Computation of the quasigeoid-geoid separation for the territories of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic

Anglický název

Computation of the quasigeoid-geoid separation for the territories of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

There are two different types of the heights in the geodesy. The first type is ellipsoidal height defined as length of the normal/vertical line between an arbitrary point P in space and the reference ellipsoid. The second type are physical heights which in general are not in orthogonal space. The physical heights are defined as a length of the plumb line between an arbitrary point P and the point P 0 on a reference surface. For example the Molodensky normal heights are defined as a length between an arbitrary point Q on telluroid’s surface and P 0 on the surface of an reference ellipsoid.

Anglický abstrakt

There are two different types of the heights in the geodesy. The first type is ellipsoidal height defined as length of the normal/vertical line between an arbitrary point P in space and the reference ellipsoid. The second type are physical heights which in general are not in orthogonal space. The physical heights are defined as a length of the plumb line between an arbitrary point P and the point P 0 on a reference surface. For example the Molodensky normal heights are defined as a length between an arbitrary point Q on telluroid’s surface and P 0 on the surface of an reference ellipsoid.

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@inproceedings{BUT155550,
  author="Michal {Buday} and Viliam {Vatrt} and Lubomil {Pospíšil}",
  title="Computation of the quasigeoid-geoid separation for the territories of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic",
  annote="There are two different types of the heights in the geodesy. The first type is ellipsoidal height defined as length of the
normal/vertical line between an arbitrary point P in space and the reference ellipsoid. The second type are physical heights which
in general are not in orthogonal space. The physical heights are defined as a length of the plumb line between an arbitrary point P
and the point P 0 on a reference surface. For example the Molodensky normal heights are defined as a length between an arbitrary
point Q on telluroid’s surface and P 0 on the surface of an reference ellipsoid.",
  chapter="155550",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2018",
  month="september",
  pages="1--2"
}