tacheometry


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tacheometry

(ˌtækɪˈɒmɪtrɪ) or

tachymetry

n
(Surveying) surveying the measurement of distance, etc, using a tacheometer
tacheometric, ˌtacheoˈmetrical, ˌtachyˈmetric, ˌtachyˈmetrical adj
ˌtacheoˈmetrically, ˌtachyˈmetrically adv
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Tacheometry is definitely a very accurate method but the main disadvantage of this methods is that it is extremely time-consuming and, what is more, there is some technical inconvenience if high elevations should be measured.
The calculated values were compared with the theoretical values established during tacheometry.
Coordinates obtained from tacheometry were used as a reference.