I have following problem. It's just a concept, so I cann't provide any code.
I have points A,B,C,D,E whose third dimensions in space are to be determined.
Distances (r) and vertical angles (vt) of all points(A, etc) from Point P1. Note: P1 cann't be directly measured.
2 points P2,P3.
- Position (x1,y1,z1) of P1.
- 3rd dimension of points/ horizonal angles of points A,B,C,D,E w.r.t. P1.
To calculate these unknowns I can take this conditions. Assume P1, P2,P3 are not collinear and P1P2 & P1P3 intersect each other. They can be taken as three point forming an arbitrary plane. So again P1 can be fixed.
To make concept clear.
B(r2,vt2) angle from vertical axis (vt \| / A(r1,vt1)----------------------r-------P1(x1,y1,z1) /\ / \ / \ P2(x2,y2,z2)---P3(x3,y3,z3)
How can I have A(x,y,z)/A(r,horizonatl anle,vt)?? Note: Angles are from P1. Do I need some other information or other condition? regards,