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order . . . 3 matches
...When used with respect to survey [[control]], '''''order''''' is a specification of the relative accuracy of the positions of stations in a geodetic control network. The [[NGS]] h...

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Glossary . . . 3 matches
...]], [[CGS]], [[chain]], [[chiseled cross]], [[chiseled square]], [[concrete post]], [[control]], [[copper pin]], [[CORS]], [[cupola]] ---- . <<Anchor(D)>> . D<<BR>> [[datasheet...

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PID . . . 2 matches
...The '''''PID''''' is a 6-character code that the NGS uses to keep track of [[control]] points in their [[NSRS]] computer database. This code was invented when the [[NGS]] computer...

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datasheet . . . 1 match
...he '''''datasheet''''' is the document describing the technical details of a survey [[control]] point. The datasheet is provided by the [[NGS]] for public use, and it contains det...

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NSRS . . . 1 match
...The '''''NSRS''''' is the National Spatial Reference System, which is the set of [[control]] points that have been measured and recorded to the standards of the National Geodetic ...

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