A MULTISENSOR DATA SET OF AN URBAN AND COASTAL SCENE

@inproceedings{Csath1998AMD,
  title={A MULTISENSOR DATA SET OF AN URBAN AND COASTAL SCENE},
  author={Bea M. Csath{\'o} and William B. Krabill},
  year={1998}
}
Multisensor and multispectral data become increasingly available to the photogrammetric and remote sensing community. These data sets will have a profound impact on the automation of photogrammetric procedures, such as DEM generation and object recognition. In order to study new concepts or to validate algorithms, standard data sets are important. As part of an ongoing effort of WG III/5 to establish such data sets, multisensor and multispectral data have been collected over the coastal areas… CONTINUE READING

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