Detectability of Buildings in Aerial Images over Scale Space


Automatic scene interpretation of aerial images is a major purpose of photogrammetry. Therefore, we want to improve building detection by exploring the "life-time" of stable and relevant image features in scale space. We use watersheds for feature extraction to gain a topologically consistent map. We will show that characteristic features for building detection can be found in all considered scales, so that no optimal scale can be selected for building recognition. Nevertheless, many of these features "live" in a wide scale interval, so that a combination of a small number of scales can be used for automatic building detection.

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@inproceedings{Drauschke2006DetectabilityOB, title={Detectability of Buildings in Aerial Images over Scale Space}, author={Martin Drauschke}, year={2006} }