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Böhm, J. (author), Bredif, M. (author), Gierlinger, T. (author), Krämer, M. (author), Lindenbergh, R.C. (author), Liu, K. (author), Michel, F. (author), Sirmacek, B. (author)
Current 3D data capturing as implemented on for example airborne or mobile laser scanning systems is able to efficiently sample the surface of a city by billions of unselective points during one working day. What is still difficult is to extract and visualize meaningful information hidden in these point clouds with the same efficiency. This...
journal article 2016
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Kramer, M. (author)
After the turn of the millennium a global consolidation in the beer industry started. In 2012 the top 4 players in the market – including Heineken - represent 41% of the global market. In order to maintain the position of an independent market leader in this turbulent market, Heineken initiated a companywide improvement program called Total...
master thesis 2013
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Kramer, M. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Kramer, M. (author)
report 2013
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Kramer, M. (author)
report 2013
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Kramer, M. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Coors, V. (author), Krämer, M. (author)
In recent years the technology and workflow for producing and management of large 3D urban models has been established and widely been used. Standards such as CityGML enable the modelling and exchange of semantically enriched multi-purpose 3D urban models for applications like urban planning, public participation, environmental simulation and...
conference paper 2011
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Kramer, M. (author), Burcharth, H. (author)
Low-Crested stmctures (LCS's) are typically built in shallow water as detached breakwaters for coastal protection purposes. The structures are usually parallel to the shoreline with wave attack almost perpendicular to the structure. However under special enviromnental conditions more oblique waves can occur. Groin systems or breakwaters for...
report 2003
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