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 Title & Authors
Extraction of Landmarks for Pedestrian Navigation System
Rho, Gon-Il; Kim, Ji-Young; Yu, Ki-Yun;
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 Abstract
This study is to extract landmark buildings for pedestrian navigation from the existing spatial data sets automatically. At first, we defined candidates for landmark based on sight of pedestrian, then extracted final landmark by evaluating attributes of each candidate. The attribute is evaluated with relative or absolute criteria depending on the nature of each attribute. Landmarks extracted through the proposed method are compared to existing landmarks for vehicle and assessment of the validity and the applicability is performed. As a result, extracted Landmarks are expected to help guiding pedestrian effectively.
 Keywords
Landmark;Pedestrian;Navigation;Criteria evaluating attribute;
 Language
Korean
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