Martha Näbauer

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Martha Näbauer (born August 27, 1914 in Munich ; † October 12, 1997 ibid) was Professor of Mathematical Geodesy at the Technical University of Munich .

Näbauer was the daughter of geodesist Martin Näbauer . Before her appointment, she was a research assistant for descriptive geometry at the Technical University of Munich from 1939 . In 1961 she wrote the first volume of the then standard work on geodesy (multi-volume compilation ) "Jordan-Eggert-Kneissl (JEK), Handbook of Surveying ". The handbook and textbook series was edited by Max Kneissl .


  • Approximation of functions using Chebyshev polynomials , Munich 1955
  • Martha Näbauer u. a .: Handbook of Surveying, Vol. 1. Mathematical Basics, Adjustment Calculation and Calculation Aids , 1961
  • Calculation of a weight coefficient matrix for the purposes of European satellite triangulation , 1968
  • Apollonian curves on the sphere , Beck, Munich 1980 ISBN 978-3769624977

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  1. Münchner Merkur from September 25, 2015
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