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Survey 06 – How to Define a Geodesic Curve ?

How to Define a Geodesic Curve ? We are triing to navigate on earth or to « project » distances form a theorical ellipsoïd to a plane. Then how to be sure the distance between two points on ellipsoid is the minimum as possible BEFORE even think to project this distance on a certain map ? Let’s […]

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Jean-Paul Cipria

TECHNOLOGIES INNOVATIONS and SCIENCES INTEGRATIONS for GROUPS Surveyor Topographer Sciences for Engineers : 25 Years Experiences cipria[ at ]nanotechinnov.com 2017 in Action Surveyor and Topographer « Measurements on Earth. Why is it so Complex AND Difficult ? » – 09/2017. Leveling and Local Altimetry : How is the height of earth objects ? Covadis and Autocad Maps […]

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Annexes de Thèse de Doctorat en Physique – Présentation Courte – 2min19.

Annexes de Thèse de Doctorat en Physique – Présentation Courte. Film 2 min 19s.

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Artificial Intelligence 04 – Propositionnal Logics or Relationnal Quantities ?

First articles 01, 02 and 03 on artificial intelligence used relational laws from quantities, measurements, statistics to and from same concepts. It is one of the 20th century sciences methods. We establish relationships  with mathematical equations on a real phenomenon descriptive variables. Then we forgot since Galileo around 1600, with great, huge successes, to use smelling, hearing […]

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Algorithmics 07 – From Shannon to Karatsuba or the Reverse ?

We can observe C. Shannon as a genius engineer and Karatsuba as a smart mathematician. But how did they think about physics and how Shannon explained theories ? Do discovers follow ideas or the invert ? You can follow in direct live my own postdoc research on subject « How to improve Signal Behaviour ? » Why ? « To improve accuracy […]

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