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photogrammetry

a stereophotographic technique for estimating body weight and parts of the body by three-dimensional measurement.
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Beginning in the mid 1950s, photogrammetrists at USGS began using computers to solve many of the problems that had previously been performed manually.
For photogrammetrists, the computationally complex tasks were space resection (an analytical solution that determines the position and orientation of the aerial camera based on measurements taken from known ground locations on an aerial photograph) and control extension (the establishment of new control points using photogrammetric methods).
There was a general feeling among the engineers in the Office of Research and Technical Standards that the job of negative engraving could be automated through the application of line-following and servo-technology to the redrafting and engraving of manuscripts produced by photogrammetrists.
After a number of years as a photogrammetrist, he was assigned the Topographic Division's Washington office in the early 1960s.
Mostafa Madani, chief photogrammetrist, Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure said, "As the Chairman of the 2005 Carl Pulfrich Award Council I am honored to present this award to such a worthy nominee.
Photogrammetrists interpret the more detailed data from jets and planes.
When data come from aerial photographs or other sensors closer to Earth, photogrammetrists interpret the data to decide what they show.
But photogrammetrists choose which formulas and tools to use, and they also need to recognize when the software makes a mistake.
Government and defense: The SGI Onyx 3000 series with InfinitePerformance graphics is the affordable solution for image analysts, photogrammetrists and cartographers who face tight deadlines evaluating massive data sets.
With a radical new ergonomic design, the Z/I mouse gives photogrammetrists an easy-to-use and accurate way to input data without the need for a digitizing surface.
2, the PDT lens enables photogrammetrists to perform vector collection and quality control tasks more efficiently by magnifying a portion of the imagery under the lens in real time.
photogrammetrists, and Surveying technicians are expected to surveying technicians have faster than average employment growth; surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists should show little or no change.