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Map Projections and Geodetic Coordinate Systems

General Information
Programme:GEOENGINE (M. Sc.)
Semester:1st semester
Module:41230 Geodesy

Lecture
Lecturer:Dr.-Ing. Friedrich W. Krumm
Course load:2 SWS
Room:M 24.01 (Geschw.-Scholl-Str. 24D)
Time:Thursday, 13:30–15:00
Start:20.10.2016
Contents:The goal of this course is to study the various possiblities how to 'project' an idealized Earth – Earth models are the Sphere or the Ellipsoid-of-Revolution – onto a planar map. A major part of the course is devoted to the unavoidable deformations which occur during the mapping process. Special attention is payed to optimal as well as legal and widely-used map projections, i.e. Gauß-Krüger/UTM with their specific geodetic coordinates and coordinate systems. Datum transformation models are presented in order to transform sets of coordinates from one reference system to the other.
Pre-requisites:Knowledge of Advanced Mathematics (Module 1).
Recommended Literature:
  • Bugayevskiy L M and J P Snyder (1995): Map Projections – A Reference Manual. Taylor & Francis
  • Canters F and H Decleir (1989): The world in perspective: A directory of world map projections. Wiley
  • Grafarend E W and F W Krumm: Lecture Notes Map Projections, Rev. 2.51, Stuttgart
  • Grafarend E W and F W Krumm (2007): Map Projections, Cartographic Information Systems. Springer
  • Heck B (2003): Computational Techniques and Models of Mathematical Geodesy. Classical and Modern Methods. 3rd, Updated and Enlarged Edition. Wichmann Heidelberg (in German)
  • Hofmann-Wellenhof B, H Lichtenegger and J Collins (1997): GPS – Theory and Practice. Springer
  • Hooijberg M (2008): Geometrical Geodesy Using Information and Computer Technology, Springer
  • Iliffe J (2000): Datums and Map Projections for Remote Sensing, GIS, and Surveying. Boca Raton
  • Kühnel W (2002): Differential Geometry. Curves – Surfaces – Manifolds. Student Mathematical Library, Vol. 16, American Mathematical Society
  • Lauf GB (1983): Geodesy and Map Projections. TAFE Publications Unit, Collingwood, Vic.
  • Maling D H (1992): Coordinate Systems and Map Projections. 2nd Edition, Oxford
  • McDonnel PW (1991): Introduction to Map Projections. 2nd Edition. Permission department, Landmark Enterprises, Rancho Cordova, Ca, USA
  • Pearson F (1990): Map Projection: Theory and Applications. Boca Raton
  • Snyder J.P. (1987): Map Projections – A Working Manual. USGS Professional Paper 1395, United States Government Printing Office, Washington
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Labs
Tutor:Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Roth
Course load:1 SWS
Room:M 24.01 (Geschw.-Scholl-Str. 24D)
Time:Tuesday, 13:45–14:30
Start:20.10.2016
Labs:The communication and administration of this course is mainly done via the ILIAS platform. All interested students are therefore asked to join the course there. You get the necessary password in the first lab.