On the statistical distribution of levelling errors View Full Text


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DATE

1960-06

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A. M. Wassef, F. Z. A. Messih

ABSTRACT

The nature of the deviations from normality of the distribution of mixed populations of varying means and standard deviations is examined. It is shown that heterogeneity invariably causes leptokurtosis whereas the variability of the means may induce a measure of platykurtosis in certain cases. The apparent deviation from normality of the frequency distribution of the discrepancies between the direct and the reverse measurements in levelling is discussed in the light of this analysis.The present study shows that the method of weighted analysis of variance proposed by one of the authors in a communication to the Tenth General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics at Rome in 1954 is appropriate to the analysis of levelling errors. More... »

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201-210

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02526096

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