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3D BUILDING MODEL RECONSTRUCTION FROM POINT CLOUDS AND GROUND PLANS

@inproceedings{Vosselman20013DBM,
  title={3D BUILDING MODEL RECONSTRUCTION FROM POINT CLOUDS AND GROUND PLANS},
  author={George Vosselman and Sander Dijkman},
  year={2001}
}
Airborne laser altimetry has become a very popular technique for the acquisition of digital elevation models. The high point density that can be achieved with this technique enables applications of laser data for many other purposes. This paper deals with the construction of 3D models of the urban environment. A three-dimensional version o f the well-known Hough transform is used for the e xtraction o f planar faces from the irregularly distributed point clouds. To support the 3D reconstruction… 

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