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Title : OPTICAL IMAGES AND TERRESTIAL LASER SCANNING CO-REGISTRATION BY THE USE OF FEATURE BASED METHODOLOGY
Company : University of Calgary
File Name : Renaudin.pdf
Size : 144493
Type : application/pdf
Date : 12-Aug-2010
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Erwan Renaudin, Ayman F. Habib, Eunju Kwak and Jacky Chow

This paper focuses on the use of control linear features extraction from a terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) surface to produce a good datum definition for a close range photogrammetric model. The difficulty of identifying conjugate points between both datasets is overcome by the derivation of automatic features extraction. Hence, the extracted features from the terrestrial measurements represent a good candidate for co-registration. Field work is performed to validate the proposed methods.
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