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AI-supported Framework of Semi-Automatic Monoplotting for Monocular Oblique Visual Data Analysis

  title={AI-supported Framework of Semi-Automatic Monoplotting for Monocular Oblique Visual Data Analysis},
  author={Behzad Golparvar and Ruohui Wang},
In the last decades, the development of smartphones, drones, aerial patrols, and digital cameras enabled high-quality photographs available to large populations and, thus, provides an opportunity to collect massive data of the nature and society with global coverage. However, the data collected with new photography tools is usually oblique they are difficult to be georeferenced, and huge amounts of data is often obsolete. Georeferencing oblique imagery data may be solved by a technique called… 

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