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Historical development of analytical and digital photogrammetry?
From analog photogrammetry during 1900-1960, the analytical plotter was invented by replacing space rods and linear scales with collinear equations and computers. The development of the digital photogrammetry was marked in 1992. Laser scanners and digital images nowadays are making a huge impact on photogrammetry profession.
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René Descartes developed analytic geometry
To identify troop movements and targets. And to create digital terrain models for use by infantry and ground hugging missiles.
In Interior orientation (IO) the internal geometry of the camera or sensor is defined as it was during the time of photography. During this process image pixel coordinate syst…em is transformed to image space coordinate system. The variable associated in IO are the following - Principal point - Focal length - Fiducial marks - Lens distortion
True or False The Personal Digital Assistant was an important historical contribution in database development and design?
PHOTOGRAMMETRY METRIC | PHOTOGRAMMETRY INTERPRETATION / Measuring from ground position, elevation distances, areas and volumes. | Existing in a qualitative manner like ti…mber stands, water pollution, soils, geological formations, crops and military interpretation. / Determine relative locations of points, scales, angle and sizes or shapes of objects. | Recognizing and identifying objects on aerial imagery and judging their significance. / Preparation of planimetric and topographic maps from photographs. | To analysis photographic images / Photographs taken from airborne vehicle(aerial) and terrestrial photos(earth-base) | Gathered data from a wide variety of sensing instruments such as remote sensing
Companies use databases to store data as it is being recorded. The method of storage tends to be optimized for storing it, as opposed to retrieving it. Therefore, companies …usually have a separate place to store data that's been partially processed, making it faster for retrieval for business reporting. In a practical sense, sometimes this is an OLAP Cube, or more recently circa 2010, it was in-memory data stores. Often, it's just plain old Excel. The third stage is to do some final processing on the data, usually to arrive at a certain computation. This could either be a column of numbers, or a count of things. The numbers might be the difference from a previous reporting period, a percentage, the growth calculation, or even acceleration (which is growth of growth). Sometimes the comparison is made between the same number from two different periods of time, but at other times, it's a ratio of two numbers that have different meaning e.g. currency divided by quantity. Modern analytics struggles with a lack of tools. Big companies can afford to have expensive projects that take these three stages of processing. But mid to small size companies often end up in Excel.
when was the trace the development of computers invented?
Analytical means that you analyze or look at all of the details of something very closely.
the historical development of biology is an history!!!!!!!!!♥☻♥♥
the historical use of computer is 1) to help us to communicate with our friends of family members
9th century, Central India
morden co-operative started in the days of early men,those days,men where living in caves. It was very difficult for man to live,one of the things that made it difficult where… wild animals,this days those days they don,t have matches
Rural sociology as it is understood in the United States came into being in Europe only after World War I I. On the surface, this seems somewhat surprising. An important par…t of the population of Europe is still rural. During the last few decades in most European countries the percentage of the active population engaged in agriculture was higher than in the United States, in several countries much higher. Sociology as a science originated from Europe. So why no rural sociology at an earlier date? The re are several reasons which help to explain this phenomenon. First of all, one has to bear in mind that rural sociology as we know it now is not just the sociology of rural life. One could imagine a rural sociology in many respects quite different from the present. Rural sociology as we know it in America and elsewhere has strong roots in practice. Even if it would not be right to call rural sociology just an applied science, it would be equally wrong to deny its strong interest in the problems of daily life and its striving for applicability. Rural sociology never would have developed in the way it did if it had not shown its importance for the betterment of rural life. But before World War I I, sociology in Europe was hardly seen by nonprofessionals as a science which had a practical value. This conclusion was right. Sociology as it was taught and studied in Europe before the war was, for the greater part, highly theoretical and often even philosophical in character. Thus, there was no place for a rural sociology with a strong orientation to applicability. Many sociologists even sought generalizations at such a high level that differences between rural and nonrural society hardly came
Weights and measures were among the earliest tools invented by man.
The art, science and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment through processes of recording, measuring and interpreting photogr…aphic images and patterns of recorded radiant electromagnetic energy and other phenomena From the ASPRS (American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing)
"Money originated very largely from non-economic causes: from tribute as well as from trade, from blood-money and bride-money as well as from barter, from ceremonial and… religious rites as well as from commerce, from ostentatious ornamentation as well as from acting as the common drudge between economic men." One of the most important improvements over the simplest forms of early barter was the tendency to select one or two items in preference to others so that the preferred items became partly accepted because of their qualities in acting as media of exchange. Commodities were chosen as preferred barter items for a number of reasons - some because they were conveniently and easily stored, some because they had high value densities and were easily portable, and some because they were durable. These commodities, being widely desired, would be easy to exchange for others and therefore they came to be accepted as money. To the extent that the disadvantages of barter provided an impetus for the development of money that impetus was purely economic but archaeological, literary and linguistic evidence of the ancient world, and the tangible evidence of actual types of primitive money from many countries demonstrate that barter was not the main factor in the origins and earliest development of money. Many societies had laws requiring compensation in some form for crimes of violence, instead of the Old Testament approach of "an eye for an eye". The author notes that the word to "pay" is derived from the Latin "pacare" meaning originally to pacify, appease, or make peace with - through the appropriate unit of value customarily acceptable to both sides. A similarly widespread custom was payment for brides in order to compensate the head of the family for the loss of a daughter's services. Rulers have since very ancient times imposed taxes on or exacted tribute from their subjects. Religious obligations might also entail payment of tribute or sacrifices of some kind. Thus in many societies there was a requirement for a means of payment for blood-money, bride-money, tax or tribute and this gave a great impetus to the spread of money. Objects originally accepted for one purpose were often found to be useful for other non-economic purposes and, because of their growing acceptability began to be used for general trading also, supplementing or replacing barter. Thus the use of money evolved out of deeply rooted customs; the clumsiness of barter provided an economic impulse but that was not the primary factor. It evolved independently in different parts of the world. About the only civilization that functioned without money was that of the Incas.
Analytic is another term used for something that is analytical. Something that is analytic is logical and expresses the truth via words and concepts. It is analysis throug…h reading and thinking. Synonyms of the word include coherent, logical, rational, reasonable, valid and sensible.