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Course code & No. Course Title Course Description Offering Unit
GE 1 Earth Trek DGE
GE 10 General Surveying I Use of principal surveying instruments; surveying measurements and error theory, basic plane surveying operations and computational method of position, horizontal and vertical distance measurements, traverse and areas; basic cartography DGE
GE 11 Elementary Surveying DGE
GE 12 General Surveying II Introduction to different surveying operations and techniques; control, topographic, hydrographic, and mine surveying; introduction to astronomic and satellite geodesy. DGE
GE 16 Elementary Photo-Interpretation DGE
GE 36 Map Projections DGE
GE 38 Digital Cartography DGE
GE 115 Mine Surveying DGE
GE 117 Construction and Industrial Surveying Route surveying: horizontal route alignment, route surveying, vertical route alignment, earthworks, construction surveys, construction management, computer aided design for construction and industrial surveying. DGE
GE 118 Hydrographic Surveying Introduction to hydrographic surveying; sounding; bathymetry; precise instrumentations for hydrographic surveying; applications of hydrographic surveying. DGE
GE 119 Land Surveying Survey project controls; comparative equipment, procedures and precision; regulations governing property surveys in the country; transformation of coordinates to the Philippine Plane Coordinate System (PPCS), PRS '92, land management and administrative titling and survey requirements, basic CADD. DGE
GE 120 Introductory Object-Oriented Programming for Geospatial Applications Concept of object-based and object-oriented programming; applications; control structures; array and methods; exception handling; graphics and GUI programming in developing numerical computation application for Geodetic Engineers. DGE
GE 122 Mathematical Methods in Geodetic Engineering Matrices; systems of equations; interpolation; differentiation and integration; ordinary differential equations; linear differential equations; code development for numerical solutions. DGE
GE 128 Adjustment Computations for Spatial Data Analysis Concepts of measurement and error; statistical testing; variance-covariance propagation; error propagation in survey measurements; introduction to least square adjustments. DGE
GE 129 Adjustment Computation for Geodetic Applications Standard and general least squares adjustment; adjustment of geodetic control network adjustment (trilateration, triangulation and traverse network; GPS adjustment); constraint equations. DGE
GE 143 Laws on Natural Resources DGE
GE 145 Mining Laws DGE
GE 146 Law of Contracts DGE
GE 147 Geodetic Engineering Law and Code of Ethics DGE
GE 148 Land Registration Law Fundamentals of the law on ordinary and cadastral land registration in connection with the Torrens system; Real Estate Development Laws, Indigenous People's Rights Act; Agrarian and Urban Land Reform. DGE
GE 149 Contracts, Surveying Laws and Ethics Requisites of contracts; obligations of contracting parties; nullity and enforcement of contracts; stud of actual cases involving contract; Republic Act 9200 - The Geodetic Engineering Law; Code of Ethical and Professional Standards; other surveying laws. DGE
GE 151 Introduction to Geodesy History and development of geodesy; the international geodetic community; basic concepts in geodesy; positioning systems and positioning methods; time systems and time coordination; applications of geodesy. DGE
GE 152 Reference Systems and Reference Frames Different kinds of reference systems and reference frames; geometry of the reference ellipsoid; computation of geodetic positions; coordinate transformation and map projections; International Terrestrial Reference Frames (ITRF); the Philippine Reference System (PRS). DGE
GE 153 Earth's Gravity and Geoid Modelling Earth's gravity field; normal and anomalous gravity field; geoid; height systems; geoid height modeling and methods; geoid models; geodynamics of the earth. DGE
GE 154 Satellite Positioning Systems Introduction and overview of satellite-based positioning systems (SPS); orbit description; structure, acquisition and processing of SPS signals; mathematical methods for positioning using SPS; SPS surveying; processing transformation; error sources; software modules, SPS applications; prospects satellite geodesy. DGE
GE 155 Geodetic Control Network Principles and methods of the establishment and densification of geodetic control network including horizontal, vertical and gravity control network; accuracy standards and specifications of geodetic control network. DGE
GE 155.1 Horizontal Control Network Laboratory Project planning and implementation of a horizontal geodetic control network establishment and densification. DGE
GE 155.2 Vertical and Gravity Network Laboratory Project planning and implementation of a vertical and gravity control network establishment and densification. DGE
GE 157 Photogrammetry I DGE
GE 158 Photogrammetry II DGE
GE 159 Photo Interpretation and Remote Sensing DGE
GE 160 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) DGE
GE 161 Geometric Geodesy DGE
GE 162 Physical Geodesy DGE
GE 163 Geodetic Leveling and Hydrography DGE
GE 164 Geodetic Surveying DGE
GE 166 Geodetic Astronomy DGE
GE 168 Satellite Geodesy DGE
GE 170 Object-oriented Programming for Geodetic Engineering Applications DGE
GE 171 Geodetic Computation and Adjustment I DGE
GE 172 Geodetic Computation and Adjustment II DGE
GE 173 Digital Cartography Overview of cartography; maps; mapping standards in the Philippines; terrain modeling; computer-aided design (CAD) for survey applications; basic Geographic Information Systems (GIS). DGE
GE 174 Satellite Positioning Systems DGE
GE 178 Digital Photogrammetry DGE
GE 179 Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation DGE
GE 190 Seminar in Geodetic and Geospatial Engineering and Geoinformatics Undergraduate research proposol and data gathering. DGE
GE 191 Geodetic and Geospatial Engineering and Geoinformatics Practicum I On-the-Job Training Preparation DGE
GE 192 Geodetic and Geospatial Engineering and Geoinformatics Practicum II On-the-Job Training DGE
GE 198 Special Problems DGE
GE 199 Undergraduate Research Undergraduate research proper and defense. DGE
GE 202 Principles of Remote Sensing DGE
GE 203 Principles of Geographic Information Sytems DGE
GE 204 Applied Resource Information Systems DGE
GE 212 Remote Sensing Systems DGE
GE 214 Applied Image Processing DGE
GE 290 Special Project DGE
GE 300 Master's Thesis DGE
Geog 1 Places and Landscapes in a Changing World DGeog
Geog 10 Physical Geography DGeog
Geog 10 Physical Geography Systematic study of land forms, climate, natural vegetation, and soils. DGeog
Geog 11 Commercial and Industrial Geography A study of the major human adjustments to the natural environment which result from the effect to make a living. The course deals with the leading commercial products of farm, range, forest, mine, sea and factory, and trade routes and centers. The course aims (1) to give the students a comprehensive survey of the principal industries of the world in their environmental setting, (2) to establish by concrete illustrations the principles set forth in Geography 1, and (3) to construct a framework of geographic adjustment throughout the world. DGeog
Geog 11 Economic Geography DGeog
Geog 12 Climatology Climatic element, types and regions. DGeog
Geog 31 Economic Geography of the Philippines Distribution, variety and significance of natural resources and how the physical environment affects their use. DGeog
Geog 100 Physical Geography Systematic study of land forms, climate, natural vegetation, and soils. DGeog
Geog 101 Climatology DGeog, DGeog
Geog 102 Geography of the Philippine Islands A survey of the principal economic activities of the Islands from the standpoint of their relation to natural environmental complex. Emphasis is placed on the study of the commercial relations of the Philippines with other trade regions; the factors and problems in the development of Philippine trade; the shipping services, and the ports and port facilities. DGeog
Geog 104 Economic Geography of North America A survey of the principal economic activities in each of the major geographic regions of North America from the standpoint of their relations to the natural environmental complex. Emphasis is placed on the regional equipment for industry in the several divisions of the continent. DGeog
Geog 105 Economic Geography The major human adjustments to the natural environment which result from the effort to make a living. The leading commercial products of farm, range,forest, mine, sea, and factory, and trade routes and centers. DGeog
Geog 106 Human Geography Principles of human geography. The distribution of mankind on the earth. Human establishments. Man as a geographical factor. The distribution of cultivated lands. Types of cultural landscapes in various parts of the world. Industrial landscapes. The settlement of an area. DGeog
Geog 109 Quantitative Methods in Geographic Analysis Elements and application of quantitative techniques in geography. DGeog, DGeog
Geog 111 Resource Management and Conservation Planning, management, and conservation in the exploitation and development of natural resources. DGeog, DGeog
Geog 119 Geography of Movement Causes of movements, concepts and measures of distance and transport development. DGeog
Geog 121 Landform Analysis Landform evaluation and analysis, map reading and photo interpretation, and applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in terrain evaluation. DGeog
Geog 122 Geography of Europe A survey of the land forms, climate, resources and economic activities of Europe and their interrelations. DGeog
Geog 131 Geography of the Philippines The role of human and natural resources in the economic growth and development of the Philippines. DGeog, DGeog
Geog 133 Geography of the Tropics Physical environment and resource potential of the tropics. Problems of human use and occupance. DGeog
Geog 135 Rural and Urban Geography Concepts of urban and rural land uses. DGeog
Geog 141 Geography of Southeast Asia The natural and human resources of Malaya, Burma, Indonesia, Borneo, Thailand, Indochina, and the Philippines; the influence of these resources on these countries and their roles in world affairs. DGeog
Geog 143 Geography of Asia The lands and peoples, climate, resources and economic activities of the countries of Southwest Asia; South Asia; Southeast Asia; East Asia; Central Asia; and Russian Siberia and Russian Far East, and their interrelations. DGeog
Geog 143 Geography of Asia DGeog
Geog 145 Geography of the Pacific The physical environment, natural and human resources, and economic development of Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. DGeog
Geog 151 Geography of Europe DGeog
Geog 151 Geography of Europe Patterns of landforms, climate, resources and economic activities of the countries of Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Transcaucasia, and their interrelations. DGeog
Geog 153 Geography of the Soviet Union The land forms, climate, resources and economic activities of the Soviet Union and their interrelations. DGeog
Geog 155 Geography of North America The physical environment, natural resources, and economic development of the countries of North America. DGeog
Geog 157 Geography of South America The physical environment, natural and human resources, and economic development of the countries of South America. DGeog
Geog 159 Geography of Africa The physical environment, natural and human resources, and economic development of the countries of Africa. DGeog
Geog 161 Concepts and Principles of Land Use Utilization and evaluation of land resources and land use allocation, development and causes of land misuse; land management and the application of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) principles to land use change. DGeog
Geog 171 Political Geography The relation between man's political activities and his natural environment. The political development of type states in the light of their location, size, climate, land forms, and natural resources. The political organization of the world today in terms of contrasted environmental conditions. Current political issues and changing adjustments to natural environment. DGeog, DGeog
Geog 173 Cultural Geography DGeog
Geog 183 Transport Geography DGeog
Geog 185 Medical Geography DGeog
Geog 190 Map and Air Photo Interpretation Elements, principles and techniques of map and air photo interpretation for spatial analysis and planning. DGeog
Geog 192 Field Methods in Geography Methods and techniques of observing geographic features, recording geographic data, and writing geographic reports. DGeog
Geog 197 Digital Cartography Introduction to the concepts, principles, theories and applied components of Digital Cartography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). DGeog
Geog 199 Seminar Methods, techniques and problems of research. DGeog
Geog 200 Thesis DGeog
Geog 201 Political Geography DGeog
Geog 202 Field Geography Training in methods of geographic fieldwork for advanced students who have not had a field course in geography. DGeog
Geog 209 Spatial Analysis Methods and concepts of regional and interregional analysis. DGeog, DGeog
Geog 210 Marine Geography Man and the sea; oceanic climate and landforms; regulation and control of the utilization of the sea and sea bed. DGeog
Geog 211 Seminar in Geography Important contemporary literature and problems in geography. DGeog
Geog 212 Applied Climatology Regional genesis and dynamics of climate and its effects on resource development. DGeog
Geog 213 Agricultural and Soil Geography Distribution variation and significance of the different types of soils and agricultural systems. DGeog
Geog 214 Industrial Geography Location theories and analyses concerned with industrial development. DGeog
Geog 222 Problems of Economic Geography Problems, methods, and techniques of geographic study and research with emphasis on resource, agricultural, mineral, manufactural, transportational, and recreational geography. DGeog
Geog 223 Geography of South Asia The lands and people, climate, relief, resources and economic activities of India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Afghanistan, Nepal, Sikkim, and Bhutan. DGeog
Geog 226 Cultural Geography Man's relationship to his environment. DGeog
Geog 228 Population Geography Population distribution in relation to natural resources and economic development. DGeog
Geog 231 Geography of East Asia The natural and human resources of China, (including Taiwan), Korea, and Japan; the influence of these resources in the development of these countries. DGeog
Geog 235 Geography of Southeast Asia The natural and human resources of Malaysia, Burma, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and the Philippines and their roles in world affairs. DGeog, DGeog
Geog 241 Applied Geography I Principles, problems, and strategies of regional geographic planning. DGeog
Geog 242 Applied Geography II Concepts of regional geographic planning in developing countries. DGeog
Geog 243 Geographic Information Systems Applications in the Social Sciences DGeog
Geog 255 Environmental Hazards and Disaster Management DGeog
Geog 291 Geographic Aspects of Philippine Economic Development DGeog
Geog 292 Cultural and Population Geography of the Philippines DGeog
Geog 300 Master's Thesis DGeog
Geog 301 Environmental Geography Component of the physical geographic environments, their integration and problems. DGeog
Geog 321 Urban Systems Physical development of city systems and related morphological patterns. DGeog
Geog 400 Doctoral Dissertation DGeog
Geol 1 Our Dynamic Earth NIGS
Geol 11 Principles of Geology NIGS
Geol 11.1 Laboratory in Principles of Geology NIGS
Geol 40 Elementary Mineralogy NIGS
Geol 50 Elementary Petrology NIGS
Geol 60 Historical Geology NIGS
Geol 70 Field Methods in Geology NIGS
Geol 105 Introduction to Geochemistry NIGS
Geol 112 Structural Geology NIGS
Geol 120 Principles of Stratigraphy NIGS
Geol 122 Principles of Geomorphology NIGS
Geol 130 Elementary Paleontology NIGS
Geol 131 Micropaleontology NIGS
Geol 140 Optical Mineralogy NIGS
Geol 150 Petrography and Petrology NIGS
Geol 170 Field Geology NIGS
Geol 171 Mineral Data Analysis NIGS
Geol 172 Introduction to Geostatistics NIGS
Geol 173 Introduction to Earth Resource Economics NIGS
Geol 174 Introduction to Earth Resources Project Evaluation NIGS
Geol 175 Computer Methods in Geology NIGS
Geol 177 Geology of the Philippines and Southeast Asia NIGS
Geol 181 Elementary Geophysics NIGS
Geol 190 Petroleum Geology NIGS
Geol 192 Non-Metallic Ore Deposits NIGS
Geol 194 Metalliferous Ore Deposits NIGS
Geol 196 Undergraduate Seminar NIGS
Geol 203 Geochemical Exploration NIGS
Geol 205 Geochemistry NIGS
Geol 207 Mineral Equilibria NIGS
Geol 208 Geochemistry of Hydrocarbons NIGS
Geol 212 Advanced Structural Geology NIGS
Geol 213 Photogeology and Remote Sensing NIGS
Geol 214 Geotectonics NIGS
Geol 215 Advanced Field Geology NIGS
Geol 216 Geology for Large Infrastructures NIGS
Geol 217 Hydrogeology NIGS
Geol 218 Urban Geology NIGS
Geol 230 Marine Geology NIGS
Geol 232 Systematic Invertebrate Paleontology NIGS
Geol 237 Advanced Micropaleontology NIGS
Geol 241 X-Ray Crystallography and Spectrography NIGS
Geol 243 Crystal Chemistry and Crystal Physics NIGS
Geol 250 Igneous Petrology NIGS
Geol 251 Metamorphic Petrology NIGS
Geol 252 Sedimentology NIGS
Geol 253 Sedimentary Petrology NIGS
Geol 254 Volcanism NIGS
Geol 255 Geothermal Resources NIGS
Geol 260 Stratigraphic Analysis NIGS
Geol 261 Paleogeology NIGS
Geol 270 Ore Microscopy NIGS
Geol 271 Mining Geology NIGS
Geol 272 Advanced Petroleum Geology NIGS
Geol 273 Advanced Mineral Deposits NIGS
Geol 274 Environmental Geology NIGS
Geol 275 Mineral Resource Economics NIGS
Geol 276.2 Metallic Mineral Resources NIGS
Geol 276.3 Nonmetallic Mineral Resources NIGS
Geol 276.4 Energy Resources NIGS
Geol 277.1 Quantitative Methods in Mineral Economics I NIGS
Geol 277.2 Quantitative Methods in Mineral Economics II NIGS
Geol 278 Quantitative Methods Applied to Exploration NIGS
Geol 279 Energy and Mineral Policies NIGS
Geol 281 Geophysical Exploration I NIGS
Geol 282 Geophysical Exploration II NIGS
Geol 283 Geophysical Exploration III NIGS
Geol 284 Solid Earth Geophysics NIGS
Geol 285 Geophysical Prospecting NIGS
Geol 289 Economics and Management of Mineral Exploration and Development NIGS
Geol 290 Fundamental Problems in Geology NIGS
Geol 296 Seminar NIGS
Geol 297 Special Topics NIGS
Geol 298 Seminar in Mineral Economics NIGS
Geol 300 Master's Thesis NIGS
Geol 331 Environmental Geology NIGS
Geol 399 Research NIGS
Geol 400 PhD Dissertation NIGS
German 00 Lectures in German A phonetic German course, including pronunciation, diction and grammar. Open only to students of the Conservatory of Music. DEL
German 10 Elementary Course Pronunciation, grammar, easy readings, with practice in speaking and writing German. DEL
German 11 Elementary Course Continuation of German 10 DEL
German 12 Intermediate Course Class and outside reading of selected texts. Grammar and written exercises continued. DEL
German 13 Intermediate Course Continuation of German 12 DEL
German 14 Advanced Language Course I DEL
German 15 Advanced Language Course II Continuation of German 14 DEL
German 20 Advanced Language Course I DEL
German 21 Advanced Language Course II Continuation of German 20 DEL
German 30 Advanced Spoken German I Prerequisite: 12 units of German DEL
German 31 Advanced Spoken German II Continuation of German 30 DEL
German 40 Advanced Grammar Advanced principles of grammar along with practice in their application. DEL
German 45 Introduction to German Phonetics and Phonology DEL
German 50 Advanced Syntax and Composition DEL
German 60 Composition Mechanics of composition and of its different genres. DEL
German 80 German Stylistics Introduction to German stylistics using literary texts. DEL
German 100 German Culture and Civilization Readings in the historical development of civilization in Germany. DEL
German 100 History of German Literature This course is designed to introduce the students to the lives and works of the more important authors and to give an insight into the different epochs of German literature. DEL
German 101 Contemporary German Culture and Civilization Continuation of German 100 DEL
German 105 Masterpieces of German Literature This course enables the student to read intelligently the great authors of Germany. Special attention is given to prosody, to vocabulary and syntax and to the literary merits of each work. DEL
German 106 Masterpieces of German Literature Continuation of German 105 DEL
German 110 Survey of German Literature DEL, DEL
German 120 Representative German Authors Designed to introduce the students to the lives and works of the more important authors and to give an insight into the different epochs of German literature. DEL
German 121 Representative German Authors II Continuation of German 120 DEL
German 140 Technical German DEL, DEL
German 142 Scientific Language DEL
German 150 Masterpieces of German Literature The great authors of Germany, with special attention to prosody, vocabulary and syntax and the literary merits of each work. DEL
German 151 Masterpieces of German Literature II Continuation of German 150 DEL
German 152 History of the German Language A survey of the historical development of the German language; beginnings in the Indo-European Period; evolution of Primitive Germanic characteristics of Germanic languages; development of Old High German; study of early texts. DEL
German 153 History of the German Language Development of the Germanic language through Old High German, Middle High German to Modern German, and changes in the language from Luther to the present time. Reading and discussion of representative texts. DEL
German 160 Contemporary German Literature DEL
German 161 Contemporary German Literature II DEL
German 170 Techniques of German Translation DEL
German 197 Special Topics DEL
German O-F German Diction German phonetics, including pronunciation, diction and grammar. (Open only to students of the Conservatory of Music) DEL
German O-S German Diction Continuation of German O-F DEL
GIM 175 Geographic Information Systems: Theory and Applications Design and implementation of geographical information systems (GIS) and Spatial data management including: concept of information and GIS; georeferencing; spatial data modeling; spatial representation; geoprocessing; input/output operations; file storage; database management systems and distributed processing. GIS data models and structures. Spatial indexing. Algorithms for data manipulation, transformation. Spatial analysis and visualization. Techniques involved in project specification, design and implementation and the selection of computer hardware and software for GIS. Strategies and steps on GIS design and implementation. Interoperability, including internet-based handling of spatial data and web-based geo-information services. DGE
GIM 177 Land Development and Valuation Land development patterns and concepts; growth and sustainability; land development design elements and processes; site analysis and land use planning; land valuation types; land valuation methods. DGE
GmE 202 Principles of Remote Sensing DGE
GmE 203 Principles of Geographic Information Systems DGE
GmE 205 Object-Oriented Programming for Geomatic Applications DGE
GmE 210 Spatial Visualization Theory and application of both abstract and realistic visualization in two, three and four dimensions. Color theory; communication theory; cartography; map animation; hypermapping; environmental visualization; and augmented reality; three-dimensional modeling and transformations; perspective; hidden surface algorithms; illumination models; texture mapping; ray tracing; animation; applications of scientific and environmental visualization for planning and management in built and natural environments. DGE
GmE 211 Satellite Geodesy Theory and applications of modern satellite geodesy; theory and applications of satellite positioning, particularly in a geodetic context. Specific topics include: time systems, orbit computation, geodetic datum definition and coordinate systems, introduction to satellite positioning, error modeling, practical applications and considerations, data processing strategies, heights from GPS and geoid modeling and recent developments in satellite geodesy. DGE
GmE 216 Field Techniques in Applied Geodesy and Remote Sensing Field techniques for analysis, modeling accuracy assessment in remote sensing and geographic information systems. Application in resource mapping, monitoring and prediction. DGE
GmE 217 Cadastral Data Management Introduction to Land Administration, Land Policy; Land Tenure and Security; Legal Aspects; Land Registration and Cadastre; Land Reform; Spatial Data Infrastructure; Land Information Systems; ICT and Land Administration; Information system modeling - UML Cadastral data analysis and modeling; Core Cadastral Domain Model; Marine cadastre; Property valuation and taxation. DGE
GmE 220 Spatial Databases Fundamentals of spatial databases; spatial data modeling including entity-relationship and object-oriented data models; indexes and access methods including B-trees, quadtrees, and R-trees; and query languages and query processing. DGE
GmE 221 Spatial Analysis Spatial data types; data structures for spatial data; point patterns; measures of dispersion, arrangements; patterns of lines; paths, branching, topology and concepts of distance; patterns of area; patterns in fields; the role of spatial scale and spatial aggregation problems; exploratory spatial data analysis; and spatial autocorrelation. DGE
GmE 222 Advanced Geographic Information Systems Theory and application of advanced techniques in resource estimation, prediction and evaluation using GIS. Design of GIS; Temporal GIS; 3-D GIS; Spatial data quality; Error propagation; Model integration/coupling with GIS; Agent-Based Modeling. DGE
GmE 223 Integrated Spatial Systems Fundamental concepts, theory, and applications of integrating spatial technologies with enabling technologies, such as wireless communications and the Internet: studies in positioning techniques and measurement integration; distributed GIS, web mapping, interoperability; location-based services. DGE
GmE 230 Microwave Remote Sensing Theory and application of microwave remote sensing in resource mapping, monitoring and prediction; Radar development; Side Looking Radars (SLAR); Synthetic Aperture Radar, Imaging polarimetry, interferometry, radar altimetry, passive microwave systems. DGE
GmE 231 Lidar Remote Sensing Principles, technologies and applications of hyperspectral remote sensing; spectral matching; spectral mixing analysis; high-dimensional implications for supervised classification. DGE
GmE 232 Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Principles, technologies and applications of hyperspectral remote sensing; spectral matching; spectral mixing analysis; high-dimensional implications for supervised classification. DGE
GmE 233 Close-Range Photogrammetry Principle and methods of close-range digital photogrammetry; industrial, engineering and other applications of vision metrology. DGE
GmE 241 Mathematical Geodesy and Adjustments of Geodetic Observations Review of Least Square Adjustments; Network deformation and analysis; Theory of Elasticity; Least-squares Collocation; Non-linear Adjustments; Datum Transformation Techniques; Ring Theory and Polynomial Theory as applied to problems in Geodesy. DGE
GmE 242 Satellite Positioning, Signal Processing and Numerical Methods Space-based positioning systems (such as GPS) are used in conjunction with sophisticated mathematical modelling to solve the problems of determining 3-D position on and near the surface of the earth. Static and kinematic positioning with the Global Positioning System (GPS). Inertial positioning; astronomic positioning; VLBI positioning; satellite laser ranging. Horizontal, vertical and three-dimensional networks; pre-analysis and post-analysis; theory of heights; gravimetry; global and local geoid determination; astrogeodetic, gravimetric and combined methods; leveling by GPS and the geoid. Introduction to signal processing, time series analysis and FFT techniques. Kalman filtering. DGE
GmE 243 Satellite-Based Positioning Systems (SBPS) Technology Development SBPS receiver-software interface development; GPS functional library; GPS data platform and processing core; Concept of precise kinematic positioning and flight-state monitoring; precision estimation and comparisons. Application of GPS Theory and Algorithms. DGE
GS 197 Special Topics CIS
GsE 188 Modern Photogrammetry Mono and stereo photogrammetry; principles of vertical photogrammetry; principles of vertical photography and stereoscopy; optics; image coordinate refinement; theory of orientation and aerial triangulation; digital image processing; DEM, contour and orthophoto generation; principles of satellite photogrammetry; close-range applications. DGE
GsE 189 Remote Sensing: Theory and Applications Fundamental concepts of remote sensing; electromagnetic radiation principles; history of aerial photography and space imaging; elements of visual interpretation; sensors and platform characteristics; digital image processing; information extraction; thermal infrared, microwave and LIDAR remote sensing; thematic mapping applications. DGE