Digital Photogrammetry

Digital Photogrammetry

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by Yves Egels, Michel Kasser
     
 

Mostly French scientists and engineers explain the current state of photographometry now that aerial observations and digital images have opened the field up to others besides the arcane groups that worked for nearly a century in obscure offices of national cartographic agencies. They speak primarily to other engineers and technicians, including those that would like… See more details below

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Mostly French scientists and engineers explain the current state of photographometry now that aerial observations and digital images have opened the field up to others besides the arcane groups that worked for nearly a century in obscure offices of national cartographic agencies. They speak primarily to other engineers and technicians, including those that would like to use techniques from the field now and then but would rather not learn the it whole nor deal with professionals in it. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780748409440
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
11/08/2001
Pages:
368
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.86(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

List of colour plates
List of contributors
Introduction
1Image acquisition. Physical aspects. Instruments1
1.1Mathematical model of the geometry of the aerial image2
1.2Radiometric effects of the atmosphere and the optics16
1.3Colorimetry25
1.4Geometry of aerial and spatial pictures34
1.5Digital image acquisition with airborne CCD cameras39
1.6Radar images in photogrammetry47
1.7Use of airborne laser ranging systems for the determination of DSM53
1.8Use of scanners for the digitization of aerial pictures58
1.9Relations between radiometric and geometric precision in digital imagery63
2Techniques for plotting digital images78
2.1Image improvements79
2.2Compression of digital images100
2.3Use of GPS in photogrammetry115
2.4Automatization of aerotriangulation124
2.5Digital photogrammetric workstations145
3Generation of digital terrain and surface models159
3.1Overview of digital surface models159
3.2DSM quality: internal and external validation164
3.33D data acquisition from visible images168
3.4From the digital surface model (DSM) to the digital terrain model (DTM)221
3.5DSM reconstruction225
3.6Extraction of characteristic lines of the relief253
3.7From the aerial image to orthophotography: different levels of rectification282
3.8Production of digital orthophotographies288
3.9Problems relating to orthophotography production292
4Metrologic applications of digital photogrammetry300
4.1Architectural photogrammetry300
4.2Photogrammetric metrology340
Index349

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