AUXILIARY SAMPLING TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEM FOR MASS SURVEYING AND MAPPING RESULTS ORIENTED TO QUALITY INSPECTION GOALS

Ma, W.; Zhang, P. C.; Zhang, J. X.; Shang, Y. L.; Zhao, Y. S.; Dong, S.; Wang, J. D.; Zhao, T. T.

Based on the requirements of quality supervision inspection for national surveying and mapping, this paper has carried out research on sampling and auxiliary sampling technology and sampling system for quality inspection targets for different objects and different types of surveying results. The study designed the quantitative random sampling scheme of the random inspection objects considering the principle of supervision and spot check of surveying and mapping quality. It also designed the stratification scheme of surveying and mapping results under different quality inspection targets and object conditions, and the stratified adjustment scheme with prior quality information. Based on the above scheme, the national surveying and mapping supervision inspection sampling system based on the project rolling pool and the stratified random auxiliary sampling prototype system for the quality inspection target of surveying and mapping results are implemented. In recent years, they have been widely used in the national surveying and mapping geographic information supervision inspection and surveying and mapping results quality inspection, which guaranteed the scientific and reasonable determination of surveying and mapping quality supervision inspection objects, and solved problems in the quality inspection of surveying results, such as unreasonable stratification in manual sampling, and inevitable error in random sampling. This is of great significance for further improving sampling efficiency, reducing sampling error, reducing sampling risk, and promoting informatization of quality inspection.

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Ma, W. / Zhang, P. C. / Zhang, J. X. / et al: AUXILIARY SAMPLING TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEM FOR MASS SURVEYING AND MAPPING RESULTS ORIENTED TO QUALITY INSPECTION GOALS. 2020. Copernicus Publications.

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