Geometric constraints for building reconstruction from InSAR data of urban areas

@inproceedings{Stilla2002GeometricCF,
  title={Geometric constraints for building reconstruction from InSAR data of urban areas},
  author={Uwe Stilla and Uwe Soergel and Ulrich Thoennessen},
  year={2002}
}
The automatic 3-D reconstruction of buildings for the generation of city models is of great interest for different tasks. Besides the classical photogrammetric approaches to determine object heights indirectly, range sensors like laser (LIDAR) and interferometric SAR (InSAR) play an important role since recent years. From both sensors images are produced with a ground resolution better than a meter. In this paper we focus on the analysis of InSAR data for the reconstruction of buildings in… CONTINUE READING

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