the camera mount, magnitude of the angles (generally less than 2o), and the fact that the rotations are being treated in a purely analytical application.
The combined rotation matrix would transform survey coordinates to photo coordinates. Since the spatial offsets are measured in the photo system, the transpose of the combined
matrix is required.
in the survey system. algebraically added to
The spatial offsets may the interpolated position
now be of the antenna
position at the time of exposure.
coordinates for the exposure station and estimates for the position precision.
is a set of associated
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