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ISPRS Archives – Volume XXXIV-3/W13, 2003

3-D reconstruction from airborne laserscanner and InSAR data
8-10 October 2003
Dresden, Germany
Editor(s): H.-G. Maas, G. Vosselman, A. Streilein

Session I: Accuracy analysis

A Quality Assessment of Airborne Laser Scanner Data
Eero Ahokas, H. Kaartinen, Juha Hyyppä
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 373 KB)

A Method to Predict Accuracy of Matching in Least Squares Surface Matching
Robert Pâquet
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 315 KB)

Practical Methods for the Verification of Countrywide Produced Terrain and Surface Models
Roberto Artuso, Stéphane Bovet, André Streilein
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 1120 KB)

Estimating Intrinsic Accuracy of Airborne Laser Data with Local 3D-Offsets
Frédéric Bretar, Marc Pierrot-Deseilligny, Michel Roux
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 756 KB)

Session II: Forest inventory

Clustering in Airborne Laser Scanning Raw Data for Segmentation of Single Trees
Felix Morsdorf, Erich Meier, Britta Allgöwer, Daniel Nüesch
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 5021 KB)

A Top-Down Operator for the Automatic Extraction of Trees - Concept and Performance Evaluation
Bernd Straub
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 918 KB)

Forest Inventory for Eucalyptus Plantations Based on Airborne Laser Scanner Data
Roland Wack, Matthias Schardt, Uwe Lohr, Luis Barrucho, Tiago Oliveira
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 743 KB)

Session III: Strip adjustment and calibration

Strip Adjustment of LiDAR Data
Wolfgang Kornus, A. Ruiz
Page(s) 4
Conference Paper (PDF, 185 KB)

Quality Improvement of Laser Altimetry DEMs
Sander Oude Elberink, Gert Brand, Regine Brügelmann
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 3938 KB)

About the Calibration of LiDAR Sensors
Rolf Katzenbeisser
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 354 KB)

Analysis and Implementation of a Laser Strip Adjustment Model
Sagi Filin
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 347 KB)

Session IV: Filtering

Comparison of Filtering Algorithms
George Sithole, George Vosselman
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 298 KB)

Classification and Filtering of Laser Data
Carla Nardinocchi, Gianfranco Forlani, Primo Zingaretti
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 635 KB)

Segmented Filtering of Laser Scanner DSMs
Karsten Jacobsen, Peter Lohmann
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 970 KB)

Session V: Poster Session

Agricultural Applications of Laser Scanner DEMs: Quality Requirements and Analysis Methods
Frank Schmidt
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 3213 KB)

Airborne Laser Scanning Technology and its Potential for Applications in Glaciology
Thomas Geist, Eric Lutz, Hans Stötter
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 173 KB)

Aspects of Raster DEM Data Derived from Laser Measurements
Gerhard Löffler
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 632 KB)

Derivation of Roof Types by Cluster Analysis in Parameter Spaces of Airborne Laser Scanner Point Clouds
Alexandra Hofmann, Hans-Gerd Maas, André Streilein>
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 185 KB)

Filtering of Laser Scanning Data in Forest Areas using Finite Elements
Peter Krzystek
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 211 KB)

Fusion, Interpretation and Combination of Geodata for the Extraction of Topographic Objects
Claus Brenner, Christoph Dold, Katharina Jülge
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 100 KB)

Interactive Relative Orientation Between Terrestrial Images and Airborne Laser Scanning Data
Petri Rönnholm, Hannu Hyyppä, Petteri Pöntinen, Henrik Haggrén
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 1161 KB)

Investigating the Spatial Structure of Error in Digital Surface Models Derived from Laser Scanning Data
Sarah Louise Smith, David Holland, Paul Longley
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 412 KB)

Investigations of Airborne Laser Scanning Signal Intensity on Glacial Surfaces - Utilizing Comprehensive Laser Geometry Modeling and Orthophoto Surface Modeling (A Case Study: Svartisheibreen, Norway)
Eric Lutz, Thomas Geist, Hans Stötter
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 1732 KB)

On the Quality of Object Classification and Automated Building Modelling Based on Laser Scanning Data
Thomas Vögtle, Eberhard Steinle
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 1436 KB)

The STIN method: 3D-Surface Reconstruction by Observation Lines and Delaunay TENs
Edward Verbree, Peter van Oosterom
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 621 KB)

Vehicle Recognition from LiDAR Data
Charles Toth, Arpad Barsi, Tamas Lovas
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 188 KB)

Session VI: Building reconstruction

Building Extraction using LiDAR DEMs and IKONOS Images
Gunho Sohn, Ian Dowman
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 744 KB)

Automatic Generation of Building Models from LiDAR Data and the Integration of Aerial Images
Franz Rottensteiner, Christian Briese
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 1248 KB)

SAR-Based 3D Reconstruction of Complex Urban Environments
Timo Balz, Norbert Haala
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 866 KB)

Iterative Building Reconstruction from Multi-Aspect InSAR Data
Uwe Sörgel, U. Thoennessen, Uwe Stilla
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 663 KB)

Session VII: DEM's, forestry and data fusion

Determination of Terrain Features in a Terrain Model from Laser Radar Data
Fredrik Lantz, Erland Jungert, Mats Sjövall
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 124 KB)

High Altitude LIDAR To Enhance GeoSAR System Performance
Roland Haarbrink
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 620 KB)

Combining Stereo-Photogrammetry and LiDAR to Map Forest Canopy Height
Benoît St-Onge, Cédric Véga
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 472 KB)

A Comparison of Forest Canopy Models Derived from LiDAR and InSAR Data in a Pacific NorthWest Conifer Forest
Hans-Erik Andersen, Robert J. McGaughey, Ward W. Carson, Stephen E. Reutebuch, Bryan Mercer, Jeremy Allan
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 2731 KB)

Session VIII: Mapping

Automatic Detection of Buildings from Laser Scanner Data for Map Updating
Leena Matikainen, Juha Hyyppä, Hannu Hyyppä
Page(s) 7
Conference Paper (PDF, 633 KB)

Extraction of Road Geometry Parameters from Laser Scanning and Existing Databases
Carsten Hatger, Claus Brenner
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 3026 KB)

3D Reconstruction of Roads and Trees for City Modelling
George Vosselman
Page(s) 6
Conference Paper (PDF, 856 KB)




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