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Diversity of Photogrammetric Approaches for Multi-Purpose Applications

., Remote Sensing, Vol. XXXVI, Part 5 Hao, X., & Mayer, H. (2003). Orientation and Auto-Calibration of Image Triplets and Sequences, IAPRSSIS, 34(3/W8), pp. 73-78 Kraus, K. (2007). Photogrammetry, vol.1, Fundamentals and Standard Processes, Bonn: Dümmlers Kurczyński, Z. (2006). Aerial and satellite imagery of Earth. Warsaw: Warsaw University of Technology Publishing House Lisowska, P. (2007). Use of Digital Photogrammetry for Architectural Inventory (Eng. Diploma thesis), Warsaw University of Technology

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A New High Speed Induction Motor Drive based on Field Orientation and Hysteresis Current Comparison

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Genesis of Syntectonic Hydrothermal Veins in the Igneous Rock of Teschenite Association (Outer Western Carpathians, Czech Republic): Growth Mechanism and Origin of Fluids

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Design of Gravity Assist trajectory from Earth to Jupiter

took one G. A. from Jupiter, one from Saturn, later from Uranus, and then move up to Neptune and beyond. Galileo passed by Venus then twice by Earth, and finally go up to its path Jupiter. Cassini passed by Venus twice, then Earth, and finally Jupiter on the way to Saturn [ 1 , 2 , 3 ]. In a gravity assist trajectory, angular momentum is transferred from the orbiting planet to a spacecraft, while the value of it’s speed relative to planet is not changed during a gravity assist flyby, but it’s direction is changed. However, both value and direction of spacecraft

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Corporate Initiatives and Strategies to Meet the Environmental Challenges – Contributions Towards a Green Economic Development

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Testing the Number of IGS Stations Required for Accurate Alignment of the Thai GPS Network and ITRF2005 Using the Gipsy Software

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Thermal evolution of the Malá Fatra Mountains (Central Western Carpathians): insights from zircon and apatite fission track thermochronology

Cenozoic exhumation of the Cascadia accretionary wedge in the Olympic Mountains, NW Washington State. GSA Bull. 110, 985-1009. Burchart J. 1972: Fission-track age determination of accessory apatite from the Tatra mountains, Poland. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 15, 418-422. Burtner R. L., Nigrini A. & Donelick R. A. 1994: Thermochronology of Lower Cretaceous source rocks in the Idaho-Wyoming thrust belt. AAPG Bull. 78, 10, 1613-1636. Carlson W. D., Donelick R. A. & Ketcham R. A. 1999

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The MMM Expert System: From a Reference Signal to The Method Validation

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Analyzing the Impact of Different Pcv Calibration Models on Height Determination Using Gps/Glonass Observations from Asg-Eupos Network

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Kinematically unrelated C—S fabrics: an Lexample of extensional shear band cleavage from the Veporic Unit (Western Carpathians)

and K-Ar and 40Ar-39Ar age constraints for the tectonothermal evolution of the high-pressure Meliata unit, Western Carpathians (Slovakia). Tectonophysics 280, 141-156. Gapais D. & White S.H. 1982: Ductile shear bands in naturally deformed quartzite. Textures and Microstructures 5, 1-17. Heilbronner R. 2000: Automatic grain boundary detection and grain size analysis using polarization micrographs or orientation images. J. Struct. Geol. 22, 969-981. Hovorka D., Ivan P., Jilemnická L. & Spišiak J. 1988: Petrology

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