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Title : LIDAR WAVEFORM CLASSIFICATION USING SELF-ORGANIZING MAP
Company : The Ohio State University
File Name : Zaletnyik.pdf
Size : 2574963
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Date : 03-Sep-2010
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Piroska Zaletnyik, Sandor Laky and Charles K. Toth

Most commercial LIDAR systems temporarily record the entire laser pulse echo signal, called full-waveform, as a function of time to extract the return pulses at data acquisition level in real-time; typically up to 4-5 returns. The new generation of airborne laser scanners, the full-waveform LiDAR systems, are not only able to digitize but can record the entire backscattered signal of each emitted pulse, which provides the possibility of further analyzing the waveform and, thus, obtaining additional information about the reflecting object and its geometric and physical characteristics.
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