AI-based technique for tracking chains of discontinuous symbols and its application to the analysis of topographic maps

@inproceedings{Mecocci1994AIbasedTF,
  title={AI-based technique for tracking chains of discontinuous symbols and its application to the analysis of topographic maps},
  author={Alessandro Mecocci and Massimiliano Lilla},
  booktitle={Remote Sensing},
  year={1994}
}
Automatic digitization of topographic maps is a very important task nowadays. Among the different elements of a topographic map discontinuous lines represent important information. Generally they are difficult to track because they show very large gaps, and abrupt direction changes. In this paper an architecture that automates the digitalization of discontinuous lines (dot-dot lines, dash-dot-dash lines, dash-asterisk lines, etc.) is presented. The tracking process must detect the elementary… CONTINUE READING

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