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TitleRestitution of digital stereo data using a digital video plotter
AuthorToutin, Th; Beaudoin, M
SourceProceedings of SPIE Integrating Photogrammetric Techniques With Scene Analysis and Machine Vision; Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society of Optical Engineering 1944, 1993 p. 231-240,
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20041149
Alt SeriesRESORS 1098780
MeetingSPIE Integrating Photogrammetric Techniques With Scene Analysis and Machine Vision; Orlando, Florida,; US; April 14-15, 1993
Mediapaper; on-line; digital
Subjectsgeophysics; remote sensing
Released1993 09 24
AbstractPrecise ground coordinates in the restitution from raster data is a key point for their integration in geographic information systems. This paper presents methods and results of the restitution of planimetric and altimetric features from digital stereo data (SPOT-PLA and airborne SAR) in stereoscopic mode. The method uses a photogrammetric approach. The stereo restitution is done with a digital video plotter using low-cost hardware (PC), and comparisons of the results with the digital topographic map are done in the ARC/INFO environment. Results from spot stereo pair in the Rocky Mountains (Canada) show a planimetric accuracy of 12 m with 90% confidence for well-identifiable features, and an altimetric accuracy for a DEM of 30 m with 90% confidence. First results from a stereo SAR pair show residuals of 5 m in planimetry and 20 m in altimetry when the stereo model is formed. The restitution has not been completely finished and evaluated.

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