12 May 2010 The CZMIL manual editor (CME): a new tool for analyzing bathymetric lidar waveforms and editing point clouds
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Abstract
The University of Southern Mississippi's Center of Higher Learning has developed a Waveform Viewer, Attribute Viewer, and a 3D Editor for use in the CZMIL Point Cloud Manual Editor (CME). The Waveform Viewer displays various channels of CZMIL waveforms within the 2D/3D editor interface of CME. This module provides the user an interactive tool set consisting of a cross sectioning mechanism for the intensity time-bin relationship, waveform file output, and zooming capabilities. The Attribute Viewer provides the data analyst with information to analyze various environmental and spatial parameters that might contribute to errors in the measured points. The 3D Editor offers the benefits of capturing depth outliers; an intuitive visual connectivity with the 2D editor; and the implementation of volumetric directional slice isolation of data outliers.
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Gary Q. Morris, Gary Q. Morris, Jan Depner, Jan Depner, Ronnie Hilderbrand, Ronnie Hilderbrand, Vinod Ramnath, Vinod Ramnath, } "The CZMIL manual editor (CME): a new tool for analyzing bathymetric lidar waveforms and editing point clouds", Proc. SPIE 7695, Algorithms and Technologies for Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Imagery XVI, 769512 (12 May 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.851988; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.851988
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