Harald Schuh spends much of his time researching Geodesy, Very-long-baseline interferometry, Geodetic datum, Global Positioning System and GNSS applications. The Geodesy study combines topics in areas such as Transfer function, Series and Remote sensing. His studies deal with areas such as Zenith and Meteorology, Troposphere, Numerical weather prediction as well as Very-long-baseline interferometry.
Harald Schuh combines subjects such as Weather forecasting, Mathematical model and DORIS with his study of Zenith. His Geodetic datum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software, Reference frame, Ionosphere and Atmospheric pressure. Specifically, his work in Global Positioning System is concerned with the study of Precise Point Positioning.
His primary areas of study are Geodesy, Very-long-baseline interferometry, Geodetic datum, Earth's rotation and GNSS applications. His Geodesy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nutation, Global Positioning System and Universal Time. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zenith, Remote sensing, Troposphere, Reference frame and Software.
His research on Troposphere concerns the broader Meteorology. His Geodetic datum study incorporates themes from Space and Ionosphere. His GNSS applications study introduces a deeper knowledge of Satellite.
His primary scientific interests are in GNSS applications, Geodesy, Very-long-baseline interferometry, Global Positioning System and Precise Point Positioning. His work in the fields of GNSS applications, such as GLONASS, intersects with other areas such as Environmental science. His Geodesy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transformation, Orientation and Rotation.
His research in Very-long-baseline interferometry intersects with topics in Geodetic datum, Zenith, Reference frame, Position and Kalman filter. The Global Positioning System study combines topics in areas such as Galileo and Standard deviation. Harald Schuh has included themes like Nowcasting and Numerical weather prediction in his Remote sensing study.
Harald Schuh mostly deals with GNSS applications, Global Positioning System, Precise Point Positioning, Remote sensing and Geodesy. His GNSS applications research includes themes of Satellite navigation and Orbit determination. His Global Positioning System course of study focuses on Zenith and Kalman filter and Fast Kalman filter.
His Remote sensing research incorporates themes from Nowcasting and Numerical weather prediction. All of his Geodesy and Very-long-baseline interferometry and Earth's rotation investigations are sub-components of the entire Geodesy study. His work on International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service as part of general Very-long-baseline interferometry research is frequently linked to Sliding window protocol, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Global Mapping Function (GMF): A new empirical mapping function based on numerical weather model data
Johannes Boehm;A. Niell;P. Tregoning;H. Schuh.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Troposphere mapping functions for GPS and very long baseline interferometry from European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts operational analysis data
Johannes Boehm;Birgit Werl;Harald Schuh.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Short Note: A global model of pressure and temperature for geodetic applications
J. Boehm;R. Heinkelmann;H. Schuh.
Journal of Geodesy (2007)
Accuracy and reliability of multi-GNSS real-time precise positioning: GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo
Xingxing Li;Xingxing Li;Maorong Ge;Xiaolei Dai;Xiaolei Dai;Xiaodong Ren.
Journal of Geodesy (2015)
Vienna mapping functions in VLBI analyses
Johannes Boehm;Harald Schuh.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Precise positioning with current multi-constellation Global Navigation Satellite Systems: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou
Xingxing Li;Xiaohong Zhang;Xiaodong Ren;Mathias Fritsche.
Scientific Reports (2015)
VLBI: A fascinating technique for geodesy and astrometry
H. Schuh;Dirk Behrend.
Journal of Geodynamics (2012)
The New Vienna VLBI Software VieVS
J. Böhm;S. Böhm;T. Nilsson;A. Pany.
International IAG Symposium 2009 (2012)
Prediction of Earth orientation parameters by artificial neural networks
Harald Schuh;Markus Ulrich;Dieter Egger;Jürgen Müller.
Journal of Geodesy (2002)
Achievements of the Earth orientation parameters prediction comparison campaign
M. Kalarus;H. Schuh;W. Kosek;W. Kosek;O. Akyilmaz.
Journal of Geodesy (2010)
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