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Sansò, Fernando

A Window on the Future of Geodesy

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Symposium G01. Positioning

1. ITRF Combination — Status and Recommendations for the Future
D. Angermann, H. Drewes, M. Gerstl, R. Kelm, M. Krügel, B. Meisel

2. Time Evolution of the Terrestrial Reference Frame
D. Angermann, B. Meisel, M. Krügel, H. Müller, V. Tesmer

3. Scale variation of GPS time series
Markku Poutanen, Jorma Jokela, Matti Ollikainen, Hannu Koivula, Mirjam Bilker, Heikki Virtanen

4. Vertical repeatability of GPS measurements in the Tsukuba GPS/MET dense-network campaigns
S. Shimada

5. Horizontal Crustal Motion Estimates for the UK inferred from GPS: Preliminary Results
A.I. Waugh, F.N. Teferle, R.M. Bingley, A.H. Dodson

6. Results of the SIRGAS Campaign 2000 and Coordinates Variations with Respect to the 1995 South American Geocentric Reference Frame
H. Drewes, K. Kaniuth, C. Vö1ksen, S.M. Alves Costa, L.P. Souto Fortes

7. Implementation of a Semi-Dynamic Datum for New Zealand
G. Blick, C. Crook, D. Grant, J. Beavan

8. GPS measurements to investigate the reason why GPS is less accurate in mountain areas
M. Satomura, S. Shimada, Y. Goto, M. Nishikori

9. Towards More Reliable Estimation of GPS Positioning Accuracy
J. Krynski, Y.M. Zanimonskiy

10. Realistic Uncertainty Measures for GPS Observations
S. Schön, H. Kutterer

11. Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol (NTRIP)
G. Weber, D. Dettmering, H. Gebhard

12. Numerical Weather Predictions for GPS Positioning
A.B.O. Jensen

13. A Multi-Base-Station Approach for Long Range Differential GNSS Positioning of Airborne Sensors
N. S. Kjorsvik, O. Ovstedal, J. G. G. Svendsen, L. E. Blankenberg

14. Point Real-Time Kinematic Positioning
Y. Gao, M. Abdel-Salam, K. Chen, A. Wojciechowski

15. The Integration of GPS and Pseudolites for Bridge Monitoring
J. Barnes, C. Rizos, H-K. Lee, G. W. Roberts, X. Meng, E. Cosser, A. H. Dodson

16. Hybrid Sensor System for Bridge Deformation Monitoring: Interfacing with Structural Engineers
Xiaolin Meng, Alan Dodson, Gethin Roberts, Emily Cosser

17. A Fuzzy System for the Assessment of Landslide Monitoring Data
M. Haberler

18. OASYS — Integrated Optimization of Landslide Alert Systems
H. Kahmen, W. Niemeier

19. Combined Evaluation of Geodetic and Geotechnical Data during Tunnel Excavation by Use of a Knowledge-Based System
K. Chmelina, H. Kahmen

Symposium G02. Advanced Space Technology

20. Quasi real-time positioning of spacecrafts using the Internet VLBI system
T. Kondo, Y. Koyama, R. Ichikawa, M. Sekido, H. Osaki

21. Rapid Turnaround EOP Measurements by VLBI over the Internet
Yasuhiro Koyama, Tetsuro Kondo, Hiro Osaki, Alan R. Whitney, Kevin A. Dudevoir

22. Determination of tropospheric parameters within the new IVS Pilot Project
H. Schuh, J. Boehm, G. Engelhardt, D. MacMillan, R. Lanotte, P. Tomasi, M. Negusini, I. Vereshchagina, V. Gubanov, R. Haas

23. Vlbionos — Probing the Ionosphere by Means of Very Long Baseline Interferometry
T. Hobiger, J. Boehm, H. Schuh

24. Numerical Simulations for Geodetic Parameter Estimation from Space VLBI Data
Madhav N. Kulkarni, Praveen Pillai, Sándor Frey

25. Relativistic VLBI Delay Model for Finite Distance Radio Source
Mamoru Sekido, Toshio Fukushima

26. Synergy of VLBI and GPS observations in Japan
Hiromichi Tsuji, Tadashi Tanabe, Hiroshi Kawawa, Kohhei Miyagawa, Kazuhiro Takashima, Shinobu Kurihara, Yoshihiro Fukuzaki, Shigeru Matsuzaka

27. Ground-based verification of four-way Doppler measurement for the SELENE mission
H. Noda, K. Asari, N. Namiki, T. Iwata, Y. Kono, H. Hanada, N. Kawano, Z. Yamamoto

28. Results of the Critical Design of RSAT/VRAD Mission Instruments on SELENE Sub-satellites Rstar/Vstar for Selenodesy
T. Iwata, T. Sasaki, T. Izumi, Y. Kono, H. Hanada, N. Kawano, F. Kikuchi

29. Application of a PZT telescope to In situ Lunar Orientation Measurement (ILOM)
H. Hanada, K. Heki, H. Araki, K. Matsumoto, H. Noda, N. Kawano, T. Tsubokawa, S. Tsuruta, S. Tazawa, K. Asari, Y. Kono, T. Yano, N. Gouda, T. Iwata, T. Yokoyama, H. Kanamori, K. Funazaki, T. Miyazaki

30. Combined Processing of GPS Data from Ground Station and LEO Receivers in a Global Solution
U. Hugentobler, A. Jäggi, S. Schaer, G. Beutler

31. Efficient Stochastic Orbit Modeling Techniques using Least Squares Estimators
A. Jäggi, G. Beutler, U. Hugentobler

32. Kinematic Precise Orbit Determination for Gravity Field Determination
D. Švehla, M. Rothacher

33. Gravity Field Recovery and Validation by Analysis of Short Arcs of a Satellite-to-Satellite Tracking Experiment as CHAMP and GRACE
K.H. Ilk, M. Feuchtinger, T. Mayer-Gürr

34. Combination of Sea-Level Observations and an Oceanographic Model for Geodetic Applications in the Baltic Sea
Kristin Novotny, Gunter Liebsch, Reinhard Dietrich, Andreas Lehmann

35. Analysis of GPS Campaign Observations of the Asia Pacific Regional Geodetic Project (APRGP) -Establishment of a Velocity Field-
Yoshiyuki Tanaka, Tomomi Amagai, Akiko Yamada, Shigeru Matsuzaka, Hiromichi Tsuji

36. The proposed International DORIS Service
Pascal Willis, Gilles Tavernier, Martine Feissel-Vernier, Frank Lemoine, Carey Noll, John Ries, Laurent Soudarin

37. Calibration/validation of GOCE data by terrestrial torsion balance observations
Gy. Tóth, J. Ádám, L. Földváry, I.N. Tziavos, H. Denker

Symposium G03. Determination of the Gravity Field

38. Repeated Measurements of Gravity with the Absolute Gravimeter FG5 #210 at Matsushiro, Japan and Comparison with the Superconducting Gravimeter T011
Y. Imanishi, T. Higashi, Y. Fukuda, K. Kokubo

39. Application of Gravimetry by Helicopter to Identify Marine Active Faults and Improve Accuracy of Geoid at Coastal Zones
Jiro Segawa, John Joseph E., Eiji Nakayama, Vijay Kumar K., Shigekazu Kusumoto, Takeo Ito, Seiichi Sekizaki, Takemi Ishihara, Masao Komazawa

40. A Gravity Database of Southwest Japan: Application to Bouguer Gravity Imaging in Kyushu District, Southwest Japan
R. Shichi, A. Yamamoto, T. Kudo, Y. Murata, K. Nawa, M. Komazawa, M. Nakada, H. Miyamachi, H. Komuro, Y. Fukuda, T. Higashi, Y. Yusa, I. Nakagawa, H. Watanabe, J. Oikawa, S. Kobayashi, I. Ohno

41. Gravity-Based Fault Mapping: The Ishikari Lowland, Hokkaido, Japan
A. Yamamoto

42. Compilation and Evaluation of a Consistent Marine Gravity Data Set Surrounding Europe
Heiner Denker, Markus Roland

43. Comparison of Downward Continuation Methods of Airborne Gravimetry Data
F. Mueller, T. Mayer-Guerr

44. Optimisation of Density Parameter in Gravity Prediction from Bathymetry
D.M. Sproule, A.H.W. Kearsley

45. Calibration and Validation of GOCE Gravity Gradients
J. Bouman, R. Koop, R. Haagmans, J. Müllerr, N. Sneeuw, C.C. Tscherning, P. Visser

46. Impact of space-borne gravity gradiometer instrument filter on observation error and gravity field recovery performance for GOCE
P.N.A.M. Visser

47. Testing frame-transformation, gridding and filtering of GOCE gradiometer data by Least-Squares Collocation using simulated data
C.C. Tscherning

48. Processing of Champ ACC and RSO Data in the Earth Gravity Field Determination
J. Luo, J. Sh. Ning

49. One year of time-variable CHAMP-only gravity field models using kinematic orbits
Nico Sneeuw, Christian Gerlach, Lóránt Földváry, Thomas Gruber, Thomas Peters, Reiner Rummel, Dražen Švehla

50. Topographic-Isostatic Reductions in Satellite Gravity Gradiometry Based on a Generalized Condensation Model
B. Heck, F. Wild

51. Long-wavelength Discrepancies Between the Australian Gravity Field and EIGEN-2 CHAMP Data
W.E. Featherstone

52. Comparison of new Geoid Models and EIGEN-2S in the North Atlantic Region
O. C. D. Omang, R. Forsberg, G. Strykowski

53. Computation of a geopotential model from GOCE data using fast spherical collocation — A simulation study
C.C. Tschernig, D.N. Arabelos

54. Improved Determination of Sea Surface Heights Close to the Australian Coast from ERS-2 Satellite Radar Altimetry
X. Deng, W.E. Featherstone

55. A numerical study of solving the altimetry-gravimetry boundary value problem in coastal regions
R.S. Grebenitcharsky, M.G. Sideris

56. Improved High Resolution Altimetric Gravity Field Mapping (KMS2002 Global Marine Gravity Field)
Ole B. Andersen, P. Knudsen, Ron Trimmer

57. On the Determination of Marine Geoid Models by Least-Squares Collocation and Spectral Methods Using Heterogeneous Data
G.S. Vergos, I.N. Tziavos, V.D. Andritsanos

58. Progress towards implementation and development of a New Zealand national vertical datum
M.J. Amos, W.E. Featherstone, G.H. Blick

59. Prediction of Vertical Gravity Gradients Using Gravity and Elevation Data
Sz. Rózsa, Gy. Tóth

60. Construction of a Synthetic Earth Gravity Model by Forward Gravity Modelling
M. Kuhn, W.E. Featherstone

61. First Results Towards An Isostatically Compensated Reference Earth Model
D. Tsoulis, B. Stary

62. Towards the Estimation of a Multi-Resolution Representation of the Gravity Field Based on Spherical Wavelets
M. Schmidt, O. Fabert, C.K. Shum

63. Stokes Integration versus Wavelet Techniques for Regional Geoid Modelling
Markus Roland, Heiner Denker

64. A Preliminary Geoid Model for Africa
C L Merry, D Blitzkow, H Abd-Elmotaal, H H Fashir, S John, F Podmore, J D Fairhead

65. Optimal Marine Geoid Determination in the Atlantic Coastal Region of Argentina
C. Tocho, G.S. Vergos, M.G. Sideris

66. Comparison of Newton’s Integral in the Space and Frequency Domains
M. Kuhn, K. Seitz

67. Wavelet evaluation of some singular geodetic integrals
Quanwei Liu, Michael G. Sideris

68. Gravimetric Geoid Determination in the Andes
C. Tocho, G. Font, M.G. Sideris

69. On the Numerical Solution of Parameters of the Least Squares Modification of Stokes’ Formula
Artu Ellmann

70. A Numerical Comparison of Different Ellipsoidal Corrections to Stokes’ Formula
Artu Ellmann

Symposium G04. General Theory and Methodology

71. On Total Least-Squares Adjustment with Constraints
Burkhard Schaffrin, Yaron A. Felus

72. GNSS Best Integer Equivariant Estimation
P.J.G. Teunissen

73. Performance comparison of the BIE estimator with the float and fixed GNSS ambiguity estimators
S. Verhagen, P.J.G. Teunissen

74. Parametric versus non-parametric methods for optimal weighted averaging of noisy data sets
C. Kotsakis, I.N. Tziavos

75. Estimation of Variance Components Through a Combined Adjustment of GPS, Geoid and Levelling Data
G. Fotopoulos, C. Kotsakis, M.G. Sideris

76. A minimum energy condition for the inverse gravimetric problem
Olivier Jamet, Michel Diament

77. Successive Approximations in the Solution of a Weakly Formulated Geodetic Boundary-Value Problem
P. Holota

78. Computation of geopotential coefficients from gravity anomalies on the ellipsoid
S. J. Claessens, W. E. Featherstone

79. Advanced Harmonic Development of the Earth Tide Generating Potential
S. M. Kudryavtsev

80. Global Isotropic Isostatic Response Function in Terms of Zonal Spherical Harmonics
Hussein A. Abd-Elmotaal

81. Paraná Basin: One isostatic modeling using a Geographic Information System to delineate the main basement structures
M.C.L. Quintas

82. Patching local empirical covariance functions — A problem in altimeter data processing
Per Knudsen

83. Asymptotic Dislocation Theory of a Spherical Earth for Calculating Co-seismic Displacement
Wenke Sun, Shuhei Okubo

84. The Use of Energy Balance Relations for Validation of Gravity Field Models and Orbit Determination Results
K.H. Ilk, A. Löcher

85. Biharmonic Spline Wavelets versus Generalized Multi-quadrics for Continuous Surface Representations
Rainer Mautz, Burkhard Schaffrin, Julia Kaschenz

86. An Energy Approach for Intelligent Structural Health Monitoring Using Wavelet Analysis
N. El-Sheimy, M. M. Reda Taha, A. Osman, A. Noureldin

87. On Discrete Schemes in Downward Continuation of Gravity
Wenke Sun

88. Application of Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients and Isomorphic Frame Transformations to Invert Earth’s Changing Geometrical Shape for Continental Hydrological Loading and Sea Level’s Passive Response
Geoffrey Blewitt, Peter Clarke, David Lavallée, Konstantin Nurutdinov

89. Role of algebra in modern day Geodesy
Joseph L. Awange, Yoichi Fukuda, Shuzo Takemoto, Erik W. Grafarend

Symposium G05. Geodynamics

90. Mixed-mode GPS deformation monitoring — A cost-effective and accurate alternative?
Volker Janssen, Chris Rizos

91. Two examples of optimal design of geodynamic GPS networks
N.V. Shestakov, H.E. Waithaka, M. Kasahara, M. D. Gerasimenko

92. Deformation of the South American Crust Estimated from Finite Element and Collocation Methods
Hermann Drewes, Oliver Heidbach

93. Present-day Movement and Tectonic Strain Rate Field of Active Crustal Blocks in China Continent
Caijun XU, Hua WANG, Jusheng XU

94. Crustal deformations at permanent GPS sites in Denmark
Shfaqat Abbas Khan, Per Knudsen, Carl Christian Tscherning

95. Monitoring Land Subsidence of Jakarta (Indonesia) Using Leveling, GPS Survey and InSAR Techniques
Hasanuddin Z. Abidin, H. Andreas, M. Gamal, Rochman Djaja, C. Subarya, K. Hirose, Y. Maruyama, D. Murdohardono, H. Rajiyowiryono

96. Microgravity survey in the southern tip of the Atera fault, Central Japan
T. Tanaka, H. Aokit, K. Oshita, K. Nozaki

97. Geothermal Reservoir Monitoring with Absolute Gravimetry
M. Sugihara

98. Towards a rigorous combination of VLBI and GPS using the CONT02 campaign
D. Thaller, R. Schmid, M. Rothacher, V. Tesmer, D. Angermann

99. Fuzzy Inference Systems for the Prediction of Earth Rotation Parameters
Orhan Akyilmaz, Hansjörg Kutterer

Symposium G06. Insight into Earth System Science: Variations in the Earth’s Rotation and its Gravity Field

100. Oceanic excitation of polar motion from intraseasonal to decadal periods
Aleksander Brzeziński, Jolanta Nastula, Barbara Kołaczek, Rui M. Ponte

101. Excitations of Polar Motion from an Ensemble of Global Atmospheric Models
J. Nastula, D. Salstein, B. Kolaczek

102. Sensitivity Analysis of the Non-Linear Liouville Equation
Florian Seitz, Hansjörg Kutterer

103. Filters to estimate water storage variations from GRACE
K.-W. Seo, C. R. Wilson, J. Chen, J. S. Famiglietti, M. Rodell

Keywords: Geosciences, Geophysics/Geodesy, Geotechnical Engineering

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Association of Geodesy Symposia
Page amount
636 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783540274322

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