By Zhilin Li,Christopher Zhu,Chris Gold
Written by way of specialists, Digital Terrain Modeling: ideas and Methodology presents complete insurance of contemporary advancements within the box. the themes comprise terrain research, sampling approach, acquisition method, floor modeling ideas, triangulation algorithms, interpolation recommendations, online and off-line quality controls in information acquisition, DTM accuracy overview and mathematical types for DTM accuracy prediction, multi-scale illustration, facts administration, contouring, visible research (or visualization), the derivation of assorted different types of terrain parameters, and destiny improvement and applications.
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