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    Applied GPS for engineers and project managers
    Ogaja, Clement A.

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    Personal Author:
    Ogaja, Clement A.
    Applied GPS for engineers and project managers / Clement A. Ogaja.
    Publication info:
    Reston, Va. : American Society of Civil Engineers, 2011.
    Physical description:
    xi, 208 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
    Content type:
    Bibliography note:
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 BASICS OF GPS -- 1.Introduction -- GPS: The System -- Why Use GPS? -- What Does a GPS Measurement System Entail? -- GPS Receiver Types and Accuracy -- 2.GPS Positioning and Measurement Principles -- Positioning and Measuring Objects -- The Satellite Coordinate System -- GPS Receiver Position Measurement Principle -- Ranging Methods -- Antenna Phase Center -- Error Sources -- 3.Improving Accuracy -- Positioning and Data Processing Methods -- 4.Low-Cost GPS Systems -- Navigational GPS Systems -- Differential GPS (DGPS) Systems -- DGPS Networks and Services -- 5.High-Precision GPS Systems -- Achieving High-Precision GPS Results -- Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) Systems -- Network RTK and CORS Networks Infrastructure -- pt. 2 APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING AND MEGAPROJECTS -- 6.Utilizing GPS in Engineering and Project Management -- Considerations for Using GPS -- Considerations for Selecting a GPS Receiver or System -- Planning and Installing a GPS Measurement System -- Developing a GPS Project -- Understanding the Limitations -- 7.Application Examples -- Structural Health Monitoring -- Robotics and Machine Control -- Maritime Operations -- Material Tracking in Large Construction Sites -- Site Control and Design -- Geohazards Monitoring -- Miniaturized GPS Systems -- Integrations and Wireless Communications -- Opportunities and Challenges -- 8.The Future of GPS -- GPS Modernization -- GNSS Technologies -- Market Trends and Opportunities.
    Subject term:
    Construction projects--Management.
    Subject term:
    Civil engineering--Geographic information systems.
    Subject term:
    Global Positioning System.
    Added Author:
    American Society of Civil Engineers.

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