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Development of the Process of Coordinate Transformation of Local Datum Cadastral Map to the World Geodetic System - Using Adjusted Coordinate -
Development of the Process of Coordinate Transformation of Local Datum Cadastral Map to the World Geodetic System - Using Adjusted Coordinate -
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography. 2014. Aug, 32(spc4_2): 401-412
  • Received : July 09, 2014
  • Published : August 31, 2014
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Yang Chul Soo

Abstract
This study is purposed on showing an effective process for coordinate transformation of cadastral maps, based on the local datum, in the World Geodetic System (WGS) for Cadastral Reform Project (CRP). The process follows three steps: coordinate adjustment, datum transformation and distortion modeling. The first procedure is that point coordinates on local datum has to be adjusted by those GPS observed point-to-point distances, using trilateration. Secondly, the adjusted coordinates need to be transformed to WGS by applying the Affine model, while the verification of the methodology is implemented under numerical experiments. To conduct this procedure, 195 points in the same coordinate origins in Seoul and 61 points in several different origins in Incheon are used in the estimation. As a result, there are less than 2cm coordinate differences between transformed coordinates and measured ones at everywhere. Also, it is remarkable that the transformation does not depend on either of the particular common points or the sizes of computed region. Therefore, this suggested methodology is expected to easily provide identifications and corrections for points-deviations for improved quality of the cadastral map by distortion modeling through CRP.
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