Traversing

  • Jack B. Evett

Abstract

A traverse is a series of consecutive straight lines along the path of a survey, the lengths and directions of which are or have been determined by field measurements. The surveying performed to evaluate such field measurements is known as traversing. Although often used in land and route surveying, it is also employed in other types of surveying.

Keywords

Interior Angle Coordinate Method Previous Line Adjusted Length Transit Rule 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1987

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  • Jack B. Evett

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