## What are the steps in using triangulation method?

The algorithm proceeds as follows :

1. Add a point to the triangulation.
2. Find all existing triangles whose circumcircle contains the new point (Figure 3-2).
3. Delete these triangles, which creates (always) a convex cavity.
4. Join the new point to all the vertices on the boundary of the cavity (Figure 3-2)

## What is triangulation method in physics?

Triangulation is the process of determining the location of a point by measuring angles to it from known points at either end of a fixed baseline, rather than measuring distances to the point directly. The point can then be fixed as the third point of a triangle with one known side and two known angles.

How do astronomers triangulate a star’s distance?

Astronomers estimate the distance of nearby objects in space by using a method called stellar parallax, or trigonometric parallax. Simply put, they measure a star’s apparent movement against the background of more distant stars as Earth revolves around the sun.

What is the golden rule of triangulation?

The golden rule of triangulation is “plan length against vertical height” to find the sloping length of a line. Several different patterns or layouts use triangulation methods, including rectangular transitions, round tapers, oval to round fittings, square to round fittings and offset square to round transitions.

### What is triangulation measurement?

Triangulation is a surveying method that measures the angles in a triangle formed by three survey control points. The measured distance in the first triangle is known as the ‘Baseline’ and is the only distance measured; all the rest are calculated from it and the measured angles.

### What is the basic principle of triangulation?

Triangulation is a surveying method that measures the angles in a triangle formed by three survey control points. Using trigonometry and the measured length of just one side, the other distances in the triangle are calculated.

What are the three methods of pattern development?

The three procedures commonly used in developing patterns are parallel-line, radial-line, and triangular development.