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ITERAT example

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Assigned to bob.stone
Tuesday, May 19
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(From Sandvik) In section 5.3.6.7.1 in DMIS 5.2, there is an example of iterative alignment. However, in this example the nominal features are never redefined in the refined coordinate system "D(REF_SYS_1)". This means that the "delta distance" between the nominal and actual feature will remain unchanged and thus the "DMIS-code" in the example can never converge. Please find the attached file "iterat.pdf".

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#1

Status: New » In-Work

DMIS/QIF-execution group will address

#2

Status: In-Work » Vote Pending

Implemented in 5.3 draft document.

Per the strict standard feature nominals do not transform on coordinate system changes so their location in a DMIS program in unimportant as long as they are defined before they are used. Therefore the iterative alignment example in question is technically correct. However, many DMIS implementations violate this rule and do transform nominals on coordinate system changes. This is often because the DMIS is translated into a native language language which transforms both nominals and actuals on coordinate system changes.

By adjusting the example per the SR the sample code will both work on systems adhering to the standard and those which do not.

#3

After careful consideration the review committee has determined that the example should remain as is.

#4

Status: Vote Pending » Implemented

Implemented in 5.3 at UTARI Meeting.

Ray Admire

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