Graph matching in 3D space for structural seismic damage assessment

  title={Graph matching in 3D space for structural seismic damage assessment},
  author={Markus Gerke and Norman Kerle},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCV Workshops)},
One common objective in computer vision and photogrammetry is to infer higher level object structure which is not directly observable in images or other sensing data. A practical problem field for such research is seismic building damage assessment. It is possible to observe objects such as façades, roofs, or rubble piles in oblique airborne images, but whether they are part of an actually intact or destroyed building is not observable directly: only the spatial relation between those directly… CONTINUE READING


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