Direction - what it is? (Software)

Micha ⌂, Bad Vilbel, Samstag, 07. Oktober 2017, 21:38 (vor 13 Tagen) @ surveyor


What is direction?
My understanding that it is a non-oriented kind of azimuth.

That's is it: a non-orientated (w.r.t the north) azimuth.

file: r1001_1.txt
1001 100 139.56086 Ok
1001 1003 293.76135 Ok
1001 1006 112.81042 ?
1001 1004 132.85213 ?
1001 1005 175.86115 ?

Please note that angles staring from point 1006 are "reset". According to my interpretation of the direction, I would expect to see angles for the points 1006,1004,1005 continue to increase (for example they would be bigger than angle to the point 1003). Why it is not the case ?

During the adjustment, the sorting order is irrelevant. The file content is divided into observations to the (sorted) object points and observation to the (sorted) reference points. Is it a synthetisch example.

How to represent an "real" azimuth using direction?

Take a look to Fig. 3. You can fix the unknown parameters of a group. The picture shows a distance group and the additional parameters of this kind of group are the scale parameter m and the zero point offset add. For directions, the additional unknown parameter is the orientation ori.

Kind regards

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