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LIDAR DATA SEGMENTATION AND CLASSIFICATION BASED ON OCTREE STRUCTURE

@inproceedings{Wang2004LIDARDS,
  title={LIDAR DATA SEGMENTATION AND CLASSIFICATION BASED ON OCTREE STRUCTURE},
  author={Miao Wang and Yi-Hsing Tseng},
  year={2004}
}
Lidar (or laser scanning) has become a viable technique for the collection of a large amount of accurate 3D point data densely distributed on the scanned object surface. The inherent 3D nature of the sub-randomly distributed point cloud provides abundant spatial information. To explore valuable spatial information from laser scanned data becomes an active research topic. The subrandomly distributed point cloud should be segmented and classified before the extraction of spatial information and… 

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