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Developments in 3D Geo-Information Sciences (Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography)by Tijs Neutens
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The book contains papers that focus explicitly on the last achievements (methods, algorithms, models, systems) with respect to the Third Dimension. Motivated by the rapid developments in 3D, the organised workshop aims at attracting the best world-wide research in the following areas: 3D geo-information requirements (based on analysis of applications), 3D data acquisition and processing (LiDAR, Photogrammetry), 3D object reconstruction, 3D spatial data models (vector, voxel, CSG, tetrahedrons, curved surfaces, etc.), 3D GIS and time, 3D in spatial databases, 3D topology and network, 3D visualization, Augmented and Virtual Reality, 3D spatial analysis and simulation, 3D Indoor/Outdoor Navigation, 3D and levels of detail (scale/resolution), 3D City Model and Building Model (outdoor and indoor integration), 3D applications (3D cadastre, 3D utilities, 3D city and urban planning modeling, etc. ), 3D standards.
The papers are organised into three sections: Data acquisition and processing: advanced approaches for 3D data collection, processing and methods for real-time data acquisition, Data modelling and management: topological, geometrical and network models for representation and maintenance of 3D geo-information in geographical multi-scales, Data analysis and visualisation: frameworks for representing 3D spatial relationships, 3D spatial analysis and algorithms for indoor/outdoor navigation, interpolation, etc. Advanced Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality visualisation.
This book features papers that examine recent achievements (methods, algorithms, models, systems) with respect to the Third Dimension. The papers are organized in three sections: data collection and modeling, data management, data analysis and visualization.
This book covers various aspects of 3D geoinformation regarding data acquisition, modeling, analysis, management, visualization and technology. In recent years, a wide range of 3D models have been developed including voxels, tetrahedral networks (TEN), constructive solid geometry (CSG) and boundary representation (B-rep), and new data collection techniques have emerged, such as mobile mapping and laser scanning. In light of these developments, this book brings together some of the latest achievements in the realm of 3D geoinformation. It comprises a selection of high-quality papers that were presented at the 4th International Workshop on 3D geoinformation. The book is aimed at a broad range of academics and practitioners interested in the 3D component of geographical information science including GIscientists, land surveyors, computer engineers, photogrammetrists, urban planners, archaeologists and cartographers.
Table of Contents
1. Euler Operators and Navigation of Multi-Shell Building Models, 2. True-3D Visualization of Glacier Retreat in the Dachstein Massif, Austria: Hard- and Softcopy Displays, 3. Towards Advanced and Interactive Web Perspective View Services, 4. Interactive Modelling of Building in Google Earth, 5. An Experimentation of Expert Systems Applied to 3D Geological Models Construction, 6. Data Validation in a 3D Cadastre, 6. From Three-Dimensional Topological Relations to Contact Relations, 7. Needs and Potential of 3D City Information and Sensor Fusion Technologies for Vehicle Positioning in Urban Environments, 8. Modelling Visibility through Visual Landmarks in 3D Navigation using Geo-DBMS, 9. A 3D Inclusion Test on large Dataset, 10. 3D Volumetric Soft Geo-objects for Dynamic Urban Runoff Simulation
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