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Towards automatic 3D reconstruction of urban scenes from low-altitude aerial images

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Towards automatic 3D reconstruction of urban scenes from low-altitude aerial images
We propose a methodology for reconstructing large– scale architectural scenes from low–altitude aerial images, in an efficient, accurate and fully automatic way. Towards this goal, we have developed an area–based segmentation technique, called Colored Watershed, that is particularly suited to segment objects with homogeneous photometric properties, which are typical of such scenes. This technique is now being combined with a dense–stereo method biased towards depth discontinuities near the edges of the segmented objects. In a final step, parametric models of these segmented objects will be instantiated and directly adjusted to the multiple images available to generate a mixed surface and elevation map for each scene.
Adriano B. Huguet, Rodrigo L. Carceroni, Arnaldo d
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICIAP
Authors Adriano B. Huguet, Rodrigo L. Carceroni, Arnaldo de Albuquerque Araújo
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