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Overview

The book contains papers that focus explicitly on the last achievements (methods, algorithms, models, systems) with respect to the Third Dimension. Motivated by the rapid developments in 3D, the organised workshop aims at attracting the best world-wide research in the following areas: 3D geo information requirements (based on analysis of applications), 3D data acquisition and processing (LiDAR, Photogrammetry), 3D object reconstruction, 3D spatial data models (vector, voxel, CSG, tetrahedrons, curved surfaces, etc.), 3D GIS and time, 3D in spatial databases, 3D topology and network, 3D visualization, Augmented and Virtual Reality, 3D spatial analysis and simulation, 3D Indoor/Outdoor Navigation, 3D and levels of detail (scale/resolution), 3D City Model and Building Model (outdoor and indoor integration), 3D applications (3D cadastre, 3D utilities, 3D city and urban planning modeling, etc.), 3D standards.
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Table of Contents

Part I Keynotes 1

1 A Virtual Geographic Environment for a Simulation of Air Pollution Dispersion in the Pearl River Delta (PRD) Region Hui Lin Jun Zhu Bingli Xu Wenshi Lin Ya Hu 3

2 Representing and Exchanging 3D City Models with CityGML Thomas H. Kolbe 15

3 Research and Development Program for the Third National Geographic Information System Project in Korea: Korean Land Spatialization Program Byung-Guk Kim Hoon-Sung Choi Yeun J. Jung 33

Part II Papers 45

4 Construction Operators for Modelling 3D Objects and Dual Navigation Structures Pawel Boguslawski Christopher Gold 47

5 A Multilayered Space-Event Model for Navigation in Indoor Spaces Thomas Becker Claus Nagel Thomas H. Kolbe 61

6 Towards Defining a Framework for Automatic Generation of Buildings in CityGML Using Building Information Models Umit Isikdag Sisi Zlatanva 79

7 Managed Objects for Infrastructure Data Erik Kjems Lars Boduml Jan Kolar 97

8 Integrating Terrain Surface and Street Network for 3D Routing Arne Schilling Sandra Lanig Pascal Neis Alexander Zipf 109

9 Using a B-Rep Structure to Query 9-Intersection Topological Relationships in 3D GIS-Reviewing the Approch and Improving Performance Claire Ellull Mordechai Muki Haklay 127

10 Query Processing in 3-D Spatial Databases: Experiences with Oracle Spatial 11g Siva Ravada Baris M. Kazar Ravi Kothuri 153

11 Making Interoperability Persistent: A 3D Geo Database Based on CityGML Alexandra Stadler Claus Nagel Gerhard Konig Thomas H. Kolbe 175

12 Use of Finite Arithmetic in 3D Spatial Databases Rodney James Thompson 193

13 Automatic Digital Aerial Image Resection Controlled by LIDAR Data Roosevelt De Lara Jr. Edson A. Mitishita Thomas VogtleHans-Peter Bahr 213

14 Automatic Surface Patch Generation from a Video Image Sequence Yixiang Tian Markus Gerke George Vosselman Qing Zhu 235

15 Indoor 3D Modeling and Visualizing with a 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanner Jia Dongzhen Tor Yam Khoon Zhong Zheng Zhou Qi 247

16 Automatic Image Mosaic-Building Algorithm for Generating Facade Textures Yunsheng Zhang Qing Zhu Jie Yu Yeting Zhang 257

17 3D Continuous K-NN Query for a Landmark-based Wayfinding Location-based Service Najmeh Samany Mohmoud Reza Delavar Sara Saeedi Reza Aghataher 271

18 3D Geo-Network for Agent-based Building Evacuation Simulation Jinmu Choi Jiyeong Lee 283

19 Hierarchical Modelling of Multi-Geospatial Databases as Basis for Geo-Oriented 3D Analysis Capabilities Sagi Dalyot Yerach Doytsher 301

20 Solar Radiation over the Urban Texture: LIDAR Data and Image Processing Techniques for Environmental Analysis at City Scale Claudio Carneiro Eugenio Morello Carlo Ratti Francois Golay 319

21 Creation and Error Analysis of High Resolution DEM Based on Source Data Sets of Various Accuracy Jari Pohjola Jari Turunen Tarmo Lipping Ari Ikonen 341

22 A Topological Analysis Method for 3D Geo-Entities Structured as Hexahedron Tessellations Guo Jiateng Wu Lixin 355

23 Constraint-based Generation and Visualization of 3D City Models Volker Coors Karina Hunlich Giwon On 365

24 GeoVEs as Tools to Communicate in Urban Projects: Requirements for Functionality and Visualization Mahmud Shahrear Kibria Sisi Zlatanova Laure Itard Machiel van Dorst 379

25 Producing 3D Applications for Urban Planning by Integrating 3D Scanned Building Data with Geo-spatial Data Yonghui Song Hongxia Wang Andy Hamilton Yusuf Arayici 397

26 3D Dynamic Simulation and Visualization for GIS-based Infiltration Excess Overland Flow Modelling Izham Mohamad Yusoff Muhamad Uznir Ujang Alias Abdul Rahman 413

Keyword Index 431

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