Detecting buildings in aerial images

  title={Detecting buildings in aerial images},
  author={Andres Huertas and Ramakant Nevatia},
  journal={Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing},
Detecting building structures in aerial images is a task of importance for many applications. Low-level segmentat ion rarely gives a complete outline of the desired structures. W e use a generic model of the shapes of the structures we are looking for that they are rectangular or composed of rectangular components. W e also use shadows cast by buildings to con&m their presence and to estimate their height. Our techniques have been tested on images with density typical of suburban areas. o 1988… CONTINUE READING
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