Advantages of Using Object-Specific Knowledge at an Early Processing Stage in the Detection of Trees in LIDAR Data

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In some imaging setups the following assumptions hold: the objects are opaque and viewed only from one point, their surface is continuous at least piecewise, and the occluding objects are small with respect to the viewed objects. In addition, in the application of our interest the images can be treated similarly to the case of the plane of light. This made… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-11331-9_18

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