Satellite Positioning: Methods, Models and Applications
by Shuanggen Jin (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2015
Number of pages: 212
This book is devoted to presenting recent results and development in satellite positioning technique and applications, including GNSS positioning methods, models, atmospheric sounding, and reflectometry as well as their applications in the atmosphere, land, oceans and cryosphere.
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