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DEM generation from satellite data

@inproceedings{Jacobsen2003DEMGF,
  title={DEM generation from satellite data},
  author={Karsten Jacobsen},
  year={2003}
}
Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) are required for several tasks like generation of orthoimages, flood planning, erosion control, agriculture, generation of contour lines, visibility check, 3D-views and others. Mainly in developed countries DEMs are available, but not in any case like required. DEMs can be generated by traditional photogrammetry based on aerial photos if they are available and not classified, but also very often more economic by means of space images. Another possibility is the… 
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