An Investigation into Dynamic Aerial Photographic System Calibration.
Final technical rept. 19 Nov 69-19 Mar 71,
OHIO STATE UNIV RESEARCH FOUNDATION COLUMBUS
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A discussion is presented with the objective first of reviewing the concept of calibration as it pertains to the aerial photographic system. With this as a guide and with the further conditions that calibration procedures should require a minimum modification to the total photographic system yet be a procedure of high reliability, several calibration procedures are suggested. The method of mixed ranges is discussed. Theoretical discussions are also presented concerning mathematical modeling of frame, strip, and panoramic cameras. A procedure for testing the long and short term stability of a photographic system based on a generalized R-factor test is suggested. Recommendations are made concerning the establishment of a demonstration project using the method of mixed ranges. Author
- Cartography and Aerial Photography
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods