Digital Photogrammetry

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Hardcover 1st UNUSED, BRAND NEW, NOT EX-LIBRARY, 376 pages. (Photogrammetry is the use of photography for surveying primarily and is used for the production of maps from aerial ... photographs. Along with remote sensing, it represents the primary means of generating data for Geographic Information Systems (GIS). As technology develops, it is becoming easier to gain access to it. The cost of digital photogrammetric workstations are falling quickly and these new tools are therefore becoming accessible to more and more users. Digital Photogrammetry is particularly useful as a text for graduate students in geomantic and is also suitable for people with a good basic scientific knowledge who need to understand photogrammetry, and who wish to use the book as a reference) *****PLEASE NOTE: This item is shipping from an authorized seller in Europe. In the event that a return is necessary, you will be able to return your item within the US. To learn more about our European sellers and policies see the BookQuest FAQ Read more Show Less

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This text, intended for students and professionals looks at photogrammetry - the use of aerial photographs for surveying. It is primarily used for the production of maps from aerial photos. Along with remote sensing, it represents the primary means of generating data for GIS. This book is particularly useful as a text for graduate students in geomatics and is also suitable for people with a good basic scientific knowledge who need to understand photogrammetry, and who wish to use the book as a reference.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780748409440
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 11/8/2001
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Table of Contents

List of colour plates
List of contributors
Introduction
1 Image acquisition. Physical aspects. Instruments 1
1.1 Mathematical model of the geometry of the aerial image 2
1.2 Radiometric effects of the atmosphere and the optics 16
1.3 Colorimetry 25
1.4 Geometry of aerial and spatial pictures 34
1.5 Digital image acquisition with airborne CCD cameras 39
1.6 Radar images in photogrammetry 47
1.7 Use of airborne laser ranging systems for the determination of DSM 53
1.8 Use of scanners for the digitization of aerial pictures 58
1.9 Relations between radiometric and geometric precision in digital imagery 63
2 Techniques for plotting digital images 78
2.1 Image improvements 79
2.2 Compression of digital images 100
2.3 Use of GPS in photogrammetry 115
2.4 Automatization of aerotriangulation 124
2.5 Digital photogrammetric workstations 145
3 Generation of digital terrain and surface models 159
3.1 Overview of digital surface models 159
3.2 DSM quality: internal and external validation 164
3.3 3D data acquisition from visible images 168
3.4 From the digital surface model (DSM) to the digital terrain model (DTM) 221
3.5 DSM reconstruction 225
3.6 Extraction of characteristic lines of the relief 253
3.7 From the aerial image to orthophotography: different levels of rectification 282
3.8 Production of digital orthophotographies 288
3.9 Problems relating to orthophotography production 292
4 Metrologic applications of digital photogrammetry 300
4.1 Architectural photogrammetry 300
4.2 Photogrammetric metrology 340
Index 349
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