Mathematical and numerical techniques in physical geodesy: lectures delivered at the Fourth International Summer School in the Mountains on Mathematical and Numerical Techniques in Physical Geodesy, Admont, Austria, August 25 to September 5, 1986
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Statistical Methods in Physical Geodesy
Introduction to Spectral
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acceleration assume base functions collocation Colombo components computed consider convolution coordinates correlation corresponding covariance function defined degree variances density derived discrete earth eigenvalues ellipsoid error example expression Fast Fourier Transform finite formula Fourier series Fourier transform Geodetic Science geoid given global GPM2 gradiometer gradiometry gravity anomalies gravity field gravity potential height Hilbert space homogeneous inertial inner product integral isostatic Kalman filtering l'xl linear matrix mean mean anomalies measurements methods mgal Moritz nm nm nmpq norm normal observation equations obtain optimal estimation orbit orthogonal orthometric height oscillations parameters perturbations physical geodesy potential coefficients problem proof masses Rapp representation reproducing kernel resonant rotation satellite scalar smoothing solution solved space domain spectral domain spectrum sphere spherical harmonic stochastic surface theorem tidal acceleration tion topographic-isostatic Tscherning values variable vector velocity zero