zero-order design

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Developed by NASA for excavation on the Moon, it is now one of the most widely-used systems in surveying today.


zero-order design (plural zero-order designs) (abbreviation: ZOD)

  1. (surveying) An optimal network design within a computer. It involves choosing an optimal reference system and revolving it around a certain real number.