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Semantic modeling for the acquisition of topographic information from images and maps

SMATI 97

by SMATI 97 (1997 Gustav Stresemann Institute)

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Published by Birkhäuser Verlag in Basel, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geographic information systems -- Congresses,
  • Semantic networks (Information theory) -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Wolfgang Förstner, Lutz Plümer.
    ContributionsFörstner, W., Plümer, Lutz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG70.212 .S625 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination227 p. :
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL673626M
    ISBN 103764357584, 0817657584
    LC Control Number97019724

    Automatic photogrammetric image matching with ADS80 aerial infrared images with 25cm and 50cm resolution is used to generate a surface model (ADS-DSM) with . Semantic modeling Architectural Information System (AIS) Orthophoto Materials setting 3D photo model Figure 2. The main steps for 3D modeling of buildings The current procedure for 3D object reconstruction and visualization is a result of the research carried out at ENSAIS-LERGEC since , initially developed for modeling buildings and.

    Strong configuration of the photogrammetric net for image acquisition (image scale and ray intersection angles) is one of the key condition for high quality object 3D reconstruction. In case of large-size object like radio tower unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) seems to be the best mean for providing required camera positions during survey.   The Aerial Imagery Change Detection (AICD) dataset contains synthetic aerial images with artificial changes generated with a rendering engine (Bourdis et al., ). These datasets do not contain semantic information about the land cover of the images, and contain either low resolution (OSCD, Air Change) or simulated (AICD) images.

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Semantic modeling for the acquisition of topographic information from images and maps by SMATI 97 (1997 Gustav Stresemann Institute) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The workshop focused on "Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps." This volume offers a comprehensive selection of high-quality and in-depth contributions by experts of the field coming from leading research institutes, treating both theoretical and implementation issues and integrating aspects of photogrammetry, cartography, computer vision.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Knowledge based interpretation of aerial images and maps using a digital landscape model as partial interpretation / H. Koch, K. Pakzad, R. Tönjes --A new approach for satellite image analysis by means of a semantic network / D.

Kunz, K.-J. Schilling. Englert, R. (): Systematic Acquisition of Generic 3D Building Model Knowledge. In: Workshop on Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps, SMATI ′ To appear.

Google ScholarCited by: 3. BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Mayer97multi-resolution,semantic, author = {Baumgartner Steger Mayer and A. Baumgartner and C. Steger and H. Mayer and W. Eckstein}, title = {Multi-Resolution, Semantic Objects, and Context for Road Extraction}, booktitle = {In Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps}, year = {}, pages = {}, publisher =.

BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Englert_systematicacquisition, author = {Roman Englert}, title = {Systematic Acquisition of Generic 3D Building Model Knowledge}, booktitle = {Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps}, year = {}, pages = {}, publisher = {Verlag}}.

W. Förstner, F. Plümer and L. Plümer, Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps, Birkhäuser-Verlag, Basel, BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Baumgartner97multi-resolution,semantic, author = {A. Baumgartner and C. Steger and H. Mayer and W. Eckstein}, title = {Multi-Resolution, Semantic Objects, and Context for Road Extraction}, booktitle = {In Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps}, year = {}, pages = {}, publisher = {Birkhauser Verlag}}.

Proceedings, Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps (), pp. Google Scholar. de Gunst, G. VosselmanA semantic road model for aerial image interpretation. First, a simplified 3D building model of Level of Detail 1 (LoD 1) is initialized using the footprint information from OSM and the elevation information from Digital Surface Model (DSM).

In parallel, a deep neural network for pixel-wise semantic image segmentation is trained in order to extract the building boundaries as contour evidence.

Dataset- I applied my model to Iniria Aerial Image Labeling Dataset. This dataset consists of aerial images of urban settlements in Europe and United States, and is labeled as a building and not building classes.

Every image in the data set is RGB and has × pixels resolution where each pixel corresponds to a 30cm×30cm of Earth. the aerial images.

F or this task the generic model is extended by the geometry, material, and sensor layer. In the changed generic model the scene objects have an additional conĆ. To produce reliable sea-ice information, satellite remote-sensing methods should be established and validated using accurate field data, but obtaining field data on Arctic sea-ice is very difficult due to limited accessibility.

In this situation, digital surface models derived from aerial images can be a good alternative to topographical field. Download Citation | On Sep 1,Mingming Liu and others published Normal Guided Data-Driven Semantic Modeling from a Single Indoor Image | Find, read and cite all the research you need on.

Knowledge based interpretation of aerial images and maps using a digital landscape model as partial interpretation, Semantic Modelling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information.

Semantic modeling for the acquisition of topographic information from images and maps: Statistische Verfahren für die automatische Bildanalyse und ihre Bewertung bei der Objekterkennung und -vermessung. - Suche nach groben Fehlern in photogrammetrischen Lageblöcken. SMATI’99 – Semantic Modelling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps, 7th September, Munich, Germany Google Scholar Barnsley MJ, Barr SL () Distinguishing Urban Land-use Categories in Fine Spatial Resolution Land-cover Data using a Graph-based, Structural Pattern Recognition System.

Stage 1 - Acquisition of flood defence data and rich channel data. Stage 2 - Data processing Stage 3 - 2D modelling & scenario tests Stage 4 - Flood risk and hazard mapping 3. Acquisition of Flood Defence Data and Channel Topographical Tata In order to assess the flood risks behind the defences under both the current and future.

A. Fischer, T. Kolbe, and F. Lang. Integration of 2D and 3D Reasoning for Building Reconstruction Using a Generic Hierarchical Model.

In W. Förstner and L. Plümer, editors, Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps. BirkhÄuser Verlag, Basel, offline acquisition phase where images, RGB-D data, or 3D models are acquired.

These are then labeled often using crowd-sourcing techniques e.g. [Russell et al. The labeled data is then used for offline batch training of generative or discriminative models [Koppula et al.

; Silberman et al. This is followed by a. A. Fischer, T. Kolbe, and F. Lang “Integration of 2D and 3D Reasoning for Building Reconstruction Using a Generic Hierarchical Model”, Workshop on Semantic Modeling for the Acquisition of Topographic Information from Images and Maps, Bonn, Germany.

Exhaustive 3D mapping of the urban environment is made possible using very high-resolution satellite images, aerial photographs, maps, as well as data from traditional topographic surveys (Jin and.

D. Burghardt and S. Meier. Cartographic Displacement using the Snakes Concept, pages In: Semantic modeling for the acquisition of topographic information from images and maps, W. Förstner and L. Plümer editors, Birkhaeuser-Verlag, The methodology of this study is organized into three main stages i) data acquisition, ii) data processing and iii) data analysis.

Figure 4 shows the flowchart of the methodology adopted for this study. For this study, open source ASTER GDEM version 2, NEXTMap Airborne IFSAR data, digital topographic maps and LiDAR data are used.