Pathway Detection and Geometrical Description from Als Data in Forested Mountaneous Area

@inproceedings{David2012PathwayDA,
  title={Pathway Detection and Geometrical Description from Als Data in Forested Mountaneous Area},
  author={Nicolas David and Cl{\'e}ment Mallet and Thomas Pons and Adrien Chauve and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Bretar},
  year={2012}
}
In the last decade, airborne laser scanning (ALS) systems have become an alternative source for the acquisition of altimeter data. Compared to high resolution orthoimages, one of the main advantages of ALS is the ability of the laser beam to penetrate vegetation and reach the ground underneath. Therefore, 3D point clouds are essential data for computing Digital Terrain Models (DTM) in natural and vegetated areas. DTMs are a key product for many applications such as tree detection, flood… CONTINUE READING

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