A model driven approach to extract buildings from multi-view aerial imagery

Lieuwe Jan Spreeuwers, K. Schutte, Klamer Schutte, Z. Houkes

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Abstract

This paper describes a system for analysis of aerial images of urban areas using multiple images from different viewpoints and its evaluation. The proposed approach combines bottom-up and top-down processing. In this paper the emphasis is on the discussion of the experimental evaluation. To evaluate statistically the performance of the system, a set of 100 realisations of 5 images from different viewpoints was used, which was generated by combining real and ray-traced images. The experiments show a significant improvement of reliability and accuracy if multi-view imagery is used instead of single-view.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images II
Place of PublicationBasel
PublisherBirkhäuser
Pages109-118
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)978-3-7643-5788-7
Publication statusPublished - 1997
EventAutomatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images (II): 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997 - Ascona, Switzerland
Duration: 5 May 19975 May 1997

Publication series

Name
PublisherBirkhäuser Verlag

Workshop

WorkshopAutomatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images (II)
CountrySwitzerland
CityAscona
Period5/05/975/05/97

Keywords

  • METIS-113453
  • EWI-14280
  • IR-65165
  • SCS-Safety

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Spreeuwers, L. J., Schutte, K., Schutte, K., & Houkes, Z. (1997). A model driven approach to extract buildings from multi-view aerial imagery. In Proceedings of the 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images II (pp. 109-118). Basel: Birkhäuser.
Spreeuwers, Lieuwe Jan ; Schutte, K. ; Schutte, Klamer ; Houkes, Z. / A model driven approach to extract buildings from multi-view aerial imagery. Proceedings of the 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images II. Basel : Birkhäuser, 1997. pp. 109-118
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Spreeuwers, LJ, Schutte, K, Schutte, K & Houkes, Z 1997, A model driven approach to extract buildings from multi-view aerial imagery. in Proceedings of the 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images II. Birkhäuser, Basel, pp. 109-118, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images (II), Ascona, Switzerland, 5/05/97.

A model driven approach to extract buildings from multi-view aerial imagery. / Spreeuwers, Lieuwe Jan; Schutte, K.; Schutte, Klamer; Houkes, Z.

Proceedings of the 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images II. Basel : Birkhäuser, 1997. p. 109-118.

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Spreeuwers LJ, Schutte K, Schutte K, Houkes Z. A model driven approach to extract buildings from multi-view aerial imagery. In Proceedings of the 2nd Ascona Workshop 1997, Automatic Extraction of Man-Made Objects from Aerial and Images II. Basel: Birkhäuser. 1997. p. 109-118