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The paper discusses the effects of errors in linear and angular measurements on the accuracy of surveys . Section IV. The Propagation of Errors in Traversing.
The paper discusses the effects of errors in linear and angular measurements on the accuracy of surveys, and is divided into six sections, thus:- Section I. The Sum of Vector Errors. Section II. The Average Error due to Imperfect Centring. Section V. The Propagation of Errors in Minor Triangulation. Section VI. A Summary of Results. Recommend this journal.
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Briggs was a committed Puritan and an influential professor in his time. Briggs was born at Daisy Bank, Sowerby Bridge, near Halifax, in Yorkshire, England
An Investigation into the Effects of Errors in Surveying.
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