Using modular 3D digital earth applications based on point clouds for the study of complex sites

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Martinez-Rubi, O.; Kleijn, M. de; Verhoeven, S.; Drost, N.; Attema, J.; Meersbergen, M. van; Nieuwpoort, R. van; Hond, R.J.F. de; Dias, E.; Svetachov, P.;
  • Subject: point clouds | VISUALIZATION | data management | Earth and Planetary Sciences(all) | Software | To be checked by Faculty | Computer Science Applications | SEGMENTATION | 3D digital earth application

This article discusses the use of 3D technologies in digital earth applications (DEAs) to study complex sites. These are large areas containing objects with heterogeneous shapes and semantic information. The study proposes that DEAs should be modular, have multi-tier ar... View more
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