S. Mertikas, D. Wells, P. Leenhouts

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Abstract: The emergence of data bases for the management of hydrographic data raises some questions about how to characterize the quality of data pla’ced in the data base. This is important, since subsequent automatic hand1in.g of the data will be less dependent on the human “feel” for data quality that has been the case in the past. In this paper we review approaches that can be taken to olbtain data quality parameters for navigational data. In particular, those based ton various statistical assumptions are described and compared. Proposals for various options are presented.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 32, Number 1
Pages: 68 - 84
Cite this article: Mertikas, S., Wells, D., Leenhouts, P., "TREATMENT OF NAVIGATIONAL ACCURACIES: PROPOSALS FOR THE FUTURE", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 32, No. 1, Spring 1985, pp. 68-84.
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