Commit f65daeee authored by Bryan Cazabonne's avatar Bryan Cazabonne

Fixed JavaDoc.

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......@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ public class GlobalMappingFunctionModel implements MappingFunction {
*
* <p>This constructor uses the {@link DataContext#getDefault() default data context}.
*
* @see #GlobalMappingFunctionModel(double, double, TimeScale)
* @see #GlobalMappingFunctionModel(TimeScale)
*/
@DefaultDataContext
public GlobalMappingFunctionModel() {
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......@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ public class NiellMappingFunctionModel implements MappingFunction {
*
* <p>This constructor uses the {@link DataContext#getDefault() default data context}.
*
* @see #NiellMappingFunctionModel(double, TimeScale)
* @see #NiellMappingFunctionModel(TimeScale)
*/
@DefaultDataContext
public NiellMappingFunctionModel() {
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......@@ -412,8 +412,8 @@ public class SaastamoinenModel implements DiscreteTroposphericModel {
/** Get the low elevation threshold value for path delay computation.
* @return low elevation threshold, in rad.
* @see #pathDelay(double, double, double[], AbsoluteDate)
* @see #pathDelay(RealFieldElement, RealFieldElement, RealFieldElement[], FieldAbsoluteDate)
* @see #pathDelay(double, GeodeticPoint, double[], AbsoluteDate)
* @see #pathDelay(RealFieldElement, FieldGeodeticPoint, RealFieldElement[], FieldAbsoluteDate)
* @since 10.2
*/
public double getLowElevationThreshold() {
......@@ -422,8 +422,8 @@ public class SaastamoinenModel implements DiscreteTroposphericModel {
/** Set the low elevation threshold value for path delay computation.
* @param lowElevationThreshold The new value for the threshold [rad]
* @see #pathDelay(double, double, double[], AbsoluteDate)
* @see #pathDelay(RealFieldElement, RealFieldElement, RealFieldElement[], FieldAbsoluteDate)
* @see #pathDelay(double, GeodeticPoint, double[], AbsoluteDate)
* @see #pathDelay(RealFieldElement, FieldGeodeticPoint, RealFieldElement[], FieldAbsoluteDate)
* @since 10.2
*/
public void setLowElevationThreshold(final double lowElevationThreshold) {
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......@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ public class TimeSpanEstimatedTroposphericModel implements DiscreteTroposphericM
}
/** Extract the proper parameter drivers' values from the array in input of the
* {@link #pathDelay(double, double, double[], AbsoluteDate) pathDelay} method.
* {@link #pathDelay(double, GeodeticPoint, double[], AbsoluteDate) pathDelay} method.
* Parameters are filtered given an input date.
* @param parameters the input parameters array
* @param date the date
......@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ public class TimeSpanEstimatedTroposphericModel implements DiscreteTroposphericM
}
/** Extract the proper parameter drivers' values from the array in input of the
* {@link #pathDelay(double, double, double[], AbsoluteDate) pathDelay} method.
* {@link #pathDelay(double, GeodeticPoint, double[], AbsoluteDate) pathDelay} method.
* Parameters are filtered given an input date.
* @param parameters the input parameters array
* @param date the date
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......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ public class ViennaOneModel implements DiscreteTroposphericModel, MappingFunctio
*
* @param coefficientA The a coefficients for the computation of the wet and hydrostatic mapping functions.
* @param zenithDelay Values of hydrostatic and wet delays
* @see #ViennaOneModel(double[], double[], double, TimeScale)
* @see #ViennaOneModel(double[], double[], TimeScale)
*/
@DefaultDataContext
public ViennaOneModel(final double[] coefficientA, final double[] zenithDelay) {
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......@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ public class ViennaThreeModel implements DiscreteTroposphericModel, MappingFunct
*
* @param coefficientA The a coefficients for the computation of the wet and hydrostatic mapping functions.
* @param zenithDelay Values of hydrostatic and wet delays
* @see #ViennaThreeModel(double[], double[], double, double, TimeScale)
* @see #ViennaThreeModel(double[], double[], TimeScale)
*/
@DefaultDataContext
public ViennaThreeModel(final double[] coefficientA, final double[] zenithDelay) {
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