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This notable new e-book finds via a chain of case reports how smooth electronic photogrammetry is able to supplying dense and actual spatial facts to resolve a variety of modern dimension difficulties, and at a various diversity of scales. It outlines key rules and strategies linked to glossy imaging and places this into context with different smooth spatial size concepts, together with a whole dialogue of laser scanning. it's going to accordingly be of significant value to practitioners in quite a lot of disciplines who require spatial information and feature pointed out imaging as a device which may be used.
Each bankruptcy specializes in a selected subject together with archaeology/architecture, medicine/dentistry/sports technology, forensics, landform evolution, business, production, engineering, biology and zoology, and offers particular examples which reveal the diversity in dimension scale available by way of photogrammetry.
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5, even in networks with optimal ray intersection geometry. It is helpful when conducting a photogrammetric network design to adopt the notion of a generic sensor configuration that displays optimal geometric strength. The addition to this network of further stations which do not result in a broader diversity of convergence angles will not lead to a “stronger” intersection geometry per se, even though the added stations will enhance precision and reliability since they represent further sets of redundant observations.
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B. ), Close Range Photogrammetry and Machine Vision, Whittles Publishing, Scotland, 106–155. Supresoft, 2005. com (accessed 1 November 2005). R. , 2000. , McGraw-Hill, Boston, MA, USA. 1 Introduction The application of photogrammetric measurement techniques to structural monitoring has increased markedly since the development of automated digital close range photogrammetry systems in the mid-1990s. As a deformation measurement tool, photogrammetry displays a number of beneficial attributes, including: the non-contact nature of the technique; the speed of the image recording phase; the nowadays easy access to suitable digital cameras; the availability of highly automated easy-to-use data processing systems; and, the fact that the technology is applicable to objects of virtually any size, and the flexibility of the technique in the important area of measurement accuracy.