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WSCG
2004
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11 years 2 months ago
Contour Line Recognition From Scanned Topographic Maps
Salvatore Spinello, Pascal Guitton
ICDAR
2007
IEEE
11 years 7 months ago
Global Contour Lines Reconstruction in Topographic Maps
Topographic maps are a common support for geographical information because they have the particularity to portray the relief through a set of contour lines. This topographic featu...
Joachim Pouderoux, Salvatore Spinello
MVA
1992
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Contour Map Reconstruction via Multi-Module Parallel Computational Scheme
Module-1 :Computation of gradient directions. Reconstruction of a set of imperfect contour curves which is extracted :Assignment of discreteheight to contourcurves. from a topograp...
Miyuki Kawashima, Ryuji Tokunaga, Yuzo Hirai
CIARP
2006
Springer
11 years 3 months ago
A Probabilistic Approach to Build 2D Line Based Maps from Laser Scans in Indoor Environments
In this work we consider a mobile robot with a laser range finder. Our goal is to find the best set of lines from the sequence of points given by a laser scan. We propose a probabi...
Leonardo Romero, Carlos Lara
AGIS
2008
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11 years 1 months ago
An Efficient Algorithm for Raster-to-Vector Data Conversion
Data conversion from raster to vector (R2V) is a key function in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing (RS) image processing for integrating GIS and RS data. The...
Junhua Teng, Fahui Wang, Yu Liu
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