Monitoring by aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry
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Monitoring by aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry final technical report by S. A. Veress

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Published by Washington State Dept. of Transportation in Olympia .
Written in English


  • Photogrammetry -- Simulation methods.,
  • Aerial photogrammetry.,
  • Aerial triangulation.

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Statementprepared by S. A. Veress, J. N. Hatzopoulos and Riad Munjy.
SeriesResearch report - Washington State Department of Transportation ; WA-RD-38.1, Research report (Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation) -- WA-RD-38.1.
ContributionsHatzopoulos, J. N., Munjy, Riad., University of Washington. Dept. of Civil Engineering., United States. Federal Highway Administration.
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Paginationx, 100 p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17762733M

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