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 Title & Authors
3D Building Detection and Reconstruction from Aerial Images Using Perceptual Organization and Fast Graph Search
Woo, Dong-Min; Nguyen, Quoc-Dat;
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 Abstract
This paper presents a new method for building detection and reconstruction from aerial images. In our approach, we extract useful building location information from the generated disparity map to segment the interested objects and consequently reduce unnecessary line segments extracted in the low level feature extraction step. Hypothesis selection is carried out by using an undirected graph, in which close cycles represent complete rooftops hypotheses. We test the proposed method with the synthetic images generated from Avenches dataset of Ascona aerial images. The experiment result shows that the extracted 3D line segments of the reconstructed buildings have an average error of 1.69m and our method can be efficiently used for the task of building detection and reconstruction from aerial images.
 Keywords
Aaerial images;Building detection;Building reconstruction;Perceptual grouping;
 Language
English
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