HELMERT TRANSFORMATION ON THE CASE OF GAUSS-KRÜGER AND UTM
AbstractGlobally, maps are our primary source of comprehensive information about the shape, size and arrangement of Earth features. Maps are the only way we can get a unique and comprehensive view of the world. Unfortunately, globally, all maps are somehow deformed, affecting our perception and understanding of the various geometrical properties of the world. Cartographic projection is a way of mapping points from an ellipsoid to a plane and as such is the basis for making a mathematical map basis. The two projections most used in our geospatial are the Gauss-Krüger projection and the UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) projection. The paper deals with Helmert's transformation of these two projections.
How to Cite
D. Sekulović, M. Basarić, and I. Garić, “HELMERT TRANSFORMATION ON THE CASE OF GAUSS-KRÜGER AND UTM”, STEPGRAD, no. 14, Jun. 2020.