To minimize the overhead of the message delivery process some systems provide means by which the receiver can read the message directly from where the sender wrote it.
Because the disk is inexpensive and can be removed from its drive, it serves as an ideal medium for exchanging data.
The reflector constant is usually keyed into the instrument by the surveyor and thus compensated.
Total stations are particularly convenient due to their ability to feed recorded data directly to a field computer.
Training the models described in Section 2 is computationally challenging.
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