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SUR 3100 Survey Data Adjustment and Analysis I (3 credits)

Prerequisites: MTH 2140, MTH 2410, PHY 2331, PHY 2341, SUR 2550 w/a grade "C" or better, or permission of instructor

This course provides a foundation in the basic principles of computational methods used to adjust and analyze survey observations employing statistical principles and least squares theory. The problems include adjustment of triangulation, traverses, trilateration and vertical networks by condition and/or observation equations.

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Cost:
Tuition $603 + Fees + Course Materials
Delivery Mode:
DVD
Time Limit :
Six (6) months to complete the course from the date of registration.
Examination:
One (1) final examination. All examinations must be proctored.
Assignment:
One (1) writing assignment - publication review.
Required Material:

Adjustment Computations:Spatial Data Analysis - with CD, 4th edition 06, Ghilani, Charles D.

Coursepack - Lecture Notes

5-disc DVD set

All course material is ordered through the Auraria Campus Bookstore at: http://www.aurariabooks.com/ePOS?this_category=126&store=461&form=shared3%2fgm%2fmain.html&design=461