## What is a survey resection?

In surveying, free stationing (also known as resection) is a method of determining a location of one unknown point in relation to known points. There is a zero point of reference called a total station. The position and orientation of the total station in relation to where the control network is established.

**What is 3point resection?**

The three-point resection problem in surveying involves occupying an unknown point and observing angles only to three known points. If the unknown point P lies on a circle defined by the three known control points then the solution is indeterminate or not uniquely possible.

**When would you apply method of resection?**

Resection technique is commonly implemented when the existing reference points are not accessible during a survey. Known values: Angles a and c, Reference points A, B and C coordinates (Tienstra’s Method). Solution: Station P coordinates. 1.

### What is the purpose of resection?

Resection is the medical term for surgically removing part or all of a tissue, structure, or organ. Resection may be performed for a wide variety of reasons. A resection may remove a tissue that is known to be cancerous or diseased, and the surgery may treat or cure a disease process.

**How does resection work?**

In resection, the one point with unknown coordinates is occupied and sightings are taken to the known points; in intersection, the two points with known coordinates are occupied and sightings are taken to the unknown point.

**What is multi point resection?**

FieldGenius has a multi-point resection routine that can be used to compute a point for a setup. The goal at the end of a resection is to compute the unknown coordinates of the instrument’s current location based on measurements made to other known points in the Project.

## What are the various methods of resection?

Resection is a method of plane table surveying in which the location of the plane table is unknown and it is determined by sighting it to known points or plotted points. It is also called the method of orientation and it can be conducted by two field conditions as follows.

**What is the difference between intersection and resection?**

**Is excision and resection the same?**

RESECTION is similar to EXCISION (see page 2.9), except RESECTION includes all of a body part, or any subdivision of a body part that has its own body part value in ICD-10-PCS, while EXCISION includes only a portion of a body part.