25 October 2010 Possibilities and constraints in the use of very high spatial resolution UltraCamX airborne imagery and digital surface models for classification in densely built-up areas: a case study of Berlin
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With the availability of large digital frame cameras like the UltraCamX (UCX) additional benefits through a combination of high-resolution multispectral aerial images with highly accurate digital surface models emerge. This ongoing study examines the level of detail of urban information that can be extracted. High resolution and the unprecedented geometric accuracy of the multispectral and the 2.5D object information enable the derivation of detailed and characteristic object features. The method of object-based classification is not only used to extract meaningful objects, even more important is a detailed assessment of semantic relationships. Our study shows the explicit advantage of high geometric resolution to increase the stability of classification and the number of classes in a representative area of Berlin.
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Corinna Brüsshaber, Corinna Brüsshaber, Anna Maria Trosset, Anna Maria Trosset, Tilman Bucher, Tilman Bucher, } "Possibilities and constraints in the use of very high spatial resolution UltraCamX airborne imagery and digital surface models for classification in densely built-up areas: a case study of Berlin", Proc. SPIE 7831, Earth Resources and Environmental Remote Sensing/GIS Applications, 783115 (25 October 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.865826; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.865826
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