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Bostjan Kovacic, Rok Kamnik


Deformation studies in the context of three-dimensional satellite (GPS) geodetic monitoring in the cases becoming the facility of movement in space and time critical in establishing the model, consequently, the relations between the external natural factors on the one hand and between the criteria, which describe the degree of functionality and security of that natural or artificial object, on the other side.

The main aim of deformation analysis to confirm the stability of reference points on which to carry out the determination of the movement of the control points of the geodetic network, which was developed in the vicinity of the observed objects. The assumption about the stability of certain items should be based on reasons, corroborated by measurements and proven by the numerical procedures, which represent the results of deformation analysis, determining the amount of movements and deformations. This transformation is used to compare the coordinates of the points of two separate measurable. On the basis of the estimated transformation parameters, the power to conclude on the possible movements in the context of the reference points, whether to change the date parameters. After confirmation of stability, on the basis of differences of the identical coordinate points determine the movement and deformation.


GPS, mesurement, movemends, landscape

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