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Title : MONOLITHIC STITCHING: ONE SENSOR GEOMETRY FOR MULTIPLE SENSOR
Company : Microsoft Photogrammetry
File Name : Ladstaedter.pdf
Size : 1891271
Type : application/pdf
Date : 07-Jul-2010
Downloads : 15

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Richard Ladst├Ądter, Michael Gruber, Alexander Wiechert

Digital large forma aerial cameras typically use several cones and several sensors (CCDs) to achieve the large format. The sub images collected by the individual sensors are then stitched together to one large format image. The geometric accuracy of the final stitched image depends significantly on the quality of the stitching algorithm. This has been improved over the years and residuals of 20% of the CCD pixel size or better can be achieved under project conditions.
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