Model-driven and Data-driven Approaches Using Lidar Data : Analysis and Comparison

@inproceedings{TarshaKurdi2008ModeldrivenAD,
  title={Model-driven and Data-driven Approaches Using Lidar Data : Analysis and Comparison},
  author={F. Tarsha-Kurdi and Tania Landes and Pierre Grussenmeyer and Mathieu Koehl},
  year={2008}
}
Following the development of 3D data acquisition techniques like digital photogrammetry, remote sensing and airborne laser scanning, the automatic building modelling is still a challenging task. Indeed, it takes a growing place in many research fields like 3D city modelling, cartographic analysis, urban planning, visualization and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database construction. Generally, two types of approaches characterize the automatic building reconstruction. The first one is a… CONTINUE READING
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