Lepadatu Daniel · Judele Loredana · Sandulache Gabriel · Mocreac Viorica
Sustainable development is a modern concept of adaptation conditions for achieving objectives that respond simultaneously to at least three major requirements: economic, social and environmental. Achieving sustainable development cannot be accomplished without a change of mentality of people and without communities able to use resources rationally and efficiently. For an efficient application programs surveying topography discipline the students have imagined and created a network of local topographic permanent terminals required for reporting the rectangular coordinates of applications. In order to obtain more accurate values of these coordinates we have made several types of measurements that will be presented in detail in this work.

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International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies 2017 (https://doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijels.v.5n.2p.126)
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