Analysis of geodetic time series using allan variances

Thomas Friederichs
The Allan variance is a statistical measure, developed in the 1960’s by the American physicist David W. Allan. With its aid, data series measured by devices like oscillators or gyroscopes can be analyzed with regard to their stability. In contrast to the Allan variance, the standard variance as a measure of total signal power, is not able to characterize signal stability. There exist further developments of the Allan variance. This student research project considers mainly...
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