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High Resolution Mapping from Space 2003

  • N. Adam, B. Kampes, M. Eineder, J. Worawattanamateekul, M. Kircher, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberfaffenhofen, Germany
    The development of a scientific permanent scatterer system
    [Paper]
  • S. Airault, IGN, St. Mandé, France, P. Gigord, L. Cunin, IGN Espace, Ramonville, France, E. Breton, A. Bouillon, R. Gachet, CNES/QTIS, Toulouse, France, M. Bernard, Spot Image, Toulouse, France
    Reference3D Accuracy and quality process: First Assessment and perspectives
    [Paper]
  • E. H. Aria, J. Amini, M.R.Saradjian, Tehran University, Iran
    Back propagation neural network for classification of IRS-1D satellite images
    [Paper]
  • O. Asik, Space Imaging Eurasia, Ankara, Turkey
    Use of digital elevation model data from different sources for orthorectification of IKONOS satellite image
    [Abstract]
  • U. Bacher, H. Mayer, Bundeswehr University, Munich, Germany
    A fuzzy-classification approach for road extraction from IKONOS images
    [Paper]
  • R. Bamler, Eineder, B. Kampes, H. Runge, N. Adam, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
    SRTM and beyond: Current situation and new developments in spaceborne SAR and InSAR
    [Paper]
  • A. Barsi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
    Neural self-organization in processing high-resolution image data
    [Paper]
  • A. Baudoin, CNES, Toulouse, France, M. Schroeder, German Aerospace Center (DLR ), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, C. Valorge, CNES, France, M. Bernard, Spot Image, France, V. Rudowski, IGN France
    The HRS-SAP initiative: A scientific assessment of the High Resolution Stereoscopic instrument on board of SPOT 5 by ISPRS investigators
    [Paper]
  • I. Bayir, Space Imaging Eurasia, Ankara, Turkey
    IKONOS collection capability with the direct tasking from a regional operation center
    [Paper]
  • G. Büyüksalih, M.G. Kocak, M. Oruc, H. Akcin, Karaelmas University, Zonguldak, Turkey, K. Jacobsen, University of Hannover, Germany
    Handling of IKONOS images from Orientation up to DEM generation
    [Paper]
  • G. Büyüksalih, M.G. Kocak, M. Oruc, H. Akcin, Karaelmas University, Zonguldak, Turkey, K. Jacobsen, University of Hannover, Germany
    DEM generation by ASTER and TK350
    [Paper]
  • M. Conradt, T.P. Srinivasan, E. Lorenz, German Aerospace Center, Berlin, Germany
    Automatic and supervised geo-referencing of BIRD remote sensing data
    [Abstract]
  • S. Dech, K. Reiniger, G. Strunz, N. Bauer, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, A. Zevenbergen, European Space Imaging, Munich, Germany
    European ground segment for high resolution IKONOS data
    [Paper]
  • D. Devriendt, R. Goossens, A. Dewulf, Ghent University, Belgium, M. Binard, University of Liège, Belgium
    Improving spatial information extraction for local and regional authorities using Very-High-Resolution data - geometric aspects
    [Paper]
  • I. Dowman, P. Michalis, University College London, U.K.
    A generic rigorous model for along track stereo sensors
    [Paper]
  • M.M. Fomtchenko, A.S. Movlyav, Sovinformsputnik, Moscow, Russia
    Russian high resolution RS technology for mapping from space
    [Abstract]
  • C.S. Fraser, T. Yamakawa, University of Melbourne, Australia
    Applicability of the Affine Model for Ikonos Image Orientation over Mountainous Terrain
    [Paper]
  • R. Gachet, CNES/IGN, Toulouse, France
    SPOT5 in-flight commissioning: inner orientation of HRG and HRS instruments
    [Abstract]
  • S. Gautama, A. Borghgraef, Ghent University, Belgium
    Detecting change in road networks using continuous relaxation labeling
    [Paper]
  • S. Hese, C. Schmullius, University of Jena, Germany
    Forest cover change detection in Siberia
    [Paper]
  • D. Holland, P. Marshall, Ordnance Survey, Southampton, U.K.
    Using high-resolution satellite imagery in a well-mapped country
    [Paper]
  • K. Jacobsen, University of Hannover, Germany
    Analysis of SPOT HRS stereo data
    [Paper]
  • K. Jacobsen, University of Hannover, Germany, R. Passini, BAE Systems, USA
    Accuracy of digital orthophotos from high resolution space imagery
    [Paper]
  • G. Jamebozorg, National Cartographic Center (NCC), Tehran, Iran, Valadan Zoej, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, S. Sadeghian, NCC, Tehran, Iran
    The revision of Iranian 1:25000 scale topographic maps by KVR-1000 image using rational function model
    [Paper]
  • D. Lasselin, E. Breton, J. P. Sempère, IGN Espace, Ramonville, France, J. Ph. Cantou, CNES, Toulouse, France
    Evaluation of the geographic information potential of SPOT 5 images
    [Paper]
  • M. Lehner, R. Müller, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
    Quality check of MOMS-2P orthoimages of semi-arid landscapes
    [Paper]
  • N. Levin, E. Ben-Dor, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, A. Karnieli, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Sede Boker, Israel
    Topographic information of sand dunes as extracted from shading effects using Landsat images
    [Paper]
  • V. Lohse, C. Heipke, University of Hannover, Germany
    Derivation of digital terrain models by means of multi-image shape-from-shading: results with Clementine images
    [Paper]
  • Yi Hui Lu, J. Trinder, University of New South Wales, Australia, K.Kubik ,Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia
    Automatic building extraction for 3D terrain reconstruction using intepretation techniques
    [Paper]
  • J.B. Mercer, J. Allan, N. Glass, J. Rasmussen, M. Wollersheim, Intermap Technologies Corp., Calgary, Canada
    Orthorectification of satellite images using external DEMS from IFSAR
    [Paper]
  • M. Neubert, G. Meinel, Institute for Ecological and Regional Development, Dresden, Germany
    Evaluation of segmentation programs for high resolution remote sensing applications
    [Paper]
  • S. Oki, H. Takahashi, T. Nakamura, M. Noguchi, T. Shimono, Geographic Survey Institute, Japan
    Evaluation of Accuracy of 3D model from QuickBird Stereo Imagery
    [Paper]
  • Pakzad K., University of Hannover, Germany, Mota G., Feitosa R., Pontifical Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro, Meirelles M., University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Coutinho H., Soils Research Center EMBRAPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Automatic Interpretation of Vegetation Areas in Brazil
    [Paper]
  • G. Petrie, University of Glasgow, U.K.
    Current Developments & Future Trends in Imaging & Mapping from Space
    [Abstract]
  • D. Poli, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Georeferencing of CCD linear scanners with strict sensor model
    [Paper]
  • H. Raggam, K. Gutjahr, M. Franke, Joanneum Research, Graz, Austria
    3D mapping from high resolution Eros stereo data
    [Abstract]
  • P. Reinartz, M. Lehner, R. Müller, M. Rentsch, M. Schroeder, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpaffenhofen, Germany
    First results on Accuracy for DEM and orthoimages derived from SPOT HRS stereo data over Bavaria
    [Paper]
  • A. Roth, B. Schättler, M. Eineder, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
    TerraSAR-X: A new perspective for applications requiring high resolution spaceborne SAR data
    [Paper]
  • R. Sandau, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany
    Small satellites - what are the prospects for topographic mapping in the next decade
    [Paper]
  • T. Schenk, B. Csatho, Sung Woong Shin, The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA
    Rigorous panoramic camera model for DISP imagery
    [Paper]
  • R. Schmidt, University of Hannover, Germany, R. Brand, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH, Munich, Germany
    Automatic determination of tie points for HRSC on Mars Express
    [Paper]
  • M. Spiegel, A. Baumgartner, H. Ebner, Technical University Munich, Germany
    Orientation of Mars Express/HRSC imagery using laser altimeter data as control information
    [Paper]
  • V. Spreckels, Deutsche Steinkohle AG (DSK), Recklinghausen, Germany
    Subsidence determination by different sensor types using standardized transformation parameters
    [Paper]
  • F.G. Tonolo, Politecnico of Turin, Italy, D. Poli, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Georeferencing of EROS-A1 high resolution images with rigorous and rational function model
    [Paper]
  • C.K. Toth, D. G-Brzezinska, C. Merry, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA
    Supporting Traffic Flow Management with High-Definition Imagery
    [Paper]
  • Valadan Zoej, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, S. Sadeghian, National Cartographic Center (NCC), Tehran, Iran
    Rigorous and non-rigorous photogrammetric processing of IKONOS geo image
    [Paper]
  • C. Valorge, CNES Toulouse, France
    3D restitution and rendering through high resolution imagery: state of the art and new challenges
    [Paper]
  • F. Volpe, Eurimage S.p.A., Rome, Italy
    Geometrical processing of QuickBird high resolution satellite data
    [Paper]
  • Zhang Mu, Xiong Quingwen, Wuhan University, China
    Using DEA theory aid spatial analysis to estimate urban disaster
    [Abstract]
  • Guobin Zhu, Fuling Bian, Mu Zhang, Wuhan University, China
    A flexible method for urban vegetation cover measurement
    [Paper]