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Islam, Hanif Dinul (author)
More than 30% of the world’s hydrocarbon reserves are located in carbonate reservoirs, and this percentage is likely to increase, as a result of discoveries of new giant oil fields in carbonate rocks, generically named “Pre-salt layers”. However, there are still some problems in understanding karst systems that still unresolved. The karst caves...
master thesis 2019
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Ai, Zhiwei (author)
Deep learning methods have been demonstrated to be promising in semantic segmentation of point clouds. Existing works focus on extracting informative local features based on individual points and their local neighborhood. They lack consideration of the general structures and latent contextual relations of underlying shapes among points. To this...
master thesis 2019
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Anastasiadou, Anastasia (author)
Over the last decades, laser scanners are becoming more and more established for the acquisition of geo-information. Depending on the sensor platform where the laser scanners are mounted, there are MLS, ALS and TLS techniques for both indoor and outdoor environments. The high-quality 3D point clouds produced from laser scanners is an important...
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Ruben, Pablo (author)
Recently, the application of machine learning and data fusion techniques on hyperspectral imagery have demonstrated potential for ground cover classification at material level. Hereby, specific locations of resources enclosed in cities (e.g. roof materials) can be identified, which is critically relevant within the field of urban mining. A...
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Sassen, Tom (author)
In 2017 the Netherlands had 7146km of railways [Ramaekers et al., 2009], which are owned and managed by ProRail and have to be frequently surveyed, for quality inspection. Surveying is done using a variety of surveying techniques, many of which require surveyors to walk on or near the tracks, which could cause injuries. An alternative surveying...
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Du, Shenglan (author)
Trees are of great significance throughout the world, both in urban scenes and in natural environments. Models of trees can be widely applied in various fields, for instance, landscape design, geo-simulation, environment modelling, and forestry inventories. Recently, laser scanning technology has been rapidly developed, making it possible to...
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Wang, Qu (author)
This project develop a new method to generate breakline from the point cloud directly with the MAT. The breakline is a structured line of the object surface which has high curvature. Meanwhile, the reciprocal of the medial edge ball's radius can represent the point with high curvature, which is the fundamental idea of this project. The key parts...
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van der Maaden, Jippe (author)
LiDAR technologies are used to measure point cloud data of the earth's surface. The usage of LiDAR allows for the fast collections of massive data sets. The AHN2 point cloud data set, part of Rijkswaterstaats initiative to map the surface of the Netherlands, contains 639 478 217 460 points. For efficient visualization in web viewers, these...
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Flikweert, Puck (author)
Because of urbanisation, more than 50% of the global population now lives in cities, a number that is ever-increasing. This leads to a need for more dense and complex building constructions, driven by the fact that people are living increasingly close to one another. These structures are often so large that it becomes difficult to navigate in...
master thesis 2019
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Qian, Qinzhuan (author)
Real-time point cloud capturing and multiple depth camera 3D reconstruction are vital elements that bring real-time representations into a virtual world and provide an im- mersive experience which can be applied to develop VR/AR applications. To make this possible, camera calibration plays an essential role in providing important camera spa-...
master thesis 2018
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Griffioen, Simon (author)
To obtain 3D information of the Earth’s surface, airborne LiDAR technology
is used to quickly capture high-precision measurements of the terrain.
Unfortunately, laser scanning techniques are prone to producing outliers
and noise (i.e. wrong measurements). Therefore, a pre-process of the point
cloud is required to detect and...
master thesis 2018
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Christodoulou, Antria (author)
In this thesis, an image-based method is proposed for solving the relative translation errors of 3D point clouds collected by Mobile Laser Scanning (MLS) techniques. The process of matching 3D point clouds is known as registration. Due to environment-depending limitations of the positioning component of MLS systems, when recording a certain...
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Ortega-Córdova, Lessie (author)
3D city models are now common planning and analysis tools. Urban vegetation as a feature in these models, however, is neglected overshadowed by the focus on buildings, so its inclusion in 3D city models is often symbolic. On the other hand, urban vegetation improves the comfort and social well being of a city’s inhabitants and is a resource for...
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Kotoula, Lydia (author)
Spatial data acquisition is rapidly developing, making point clouds available and easily accessible for many applications and to many end-users. Nowadays, point clouds are the main surveying product and have more added value than derived products as they keep details and they are not interpolated. Raw point clouds do not contain information that...
master thesis 2018
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Roebroeks, Joppe (author)
Geological surveying is a common practice performed by geologists nowadays. Determining layer orientation parameters and identifying folds are examples of features needed in order to create a geological map or model of the (sub) surface. Surveying is expensive and time consuming, therefore such survey is recently being investigated and...
master thesis 2018
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Sirdeshmukh, Neeraj (author)
Discrete Global Grid Systems (DGGS) have emerged in recent years as a new specification for working with global heterogeneous datasets of different types, such as vector, raster, and quantitative datasets. There exists no research on using point clouds with a DGGS. This research aims to analyse the extent to which a DGGS can be used to handle...
master thesis 2018
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Hemmes, Tom (author)
There is a paradigm shift from two- to three-dimensional data, from maps to information dense models. Self-driving cars, digitization of historic buildings or maintenance of highway infrastructure are a small selection of many applications that use laser scanning to acquire three-dimensional data of our physical surroundings. Most of these...
master thesis 2018
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Sulzer, Raphael (author)
The seismic building structural type (SBST) reflects the main load-bearing structure of a building and therefore its behaviour under seismic load. For numerous areas in earthquake prone regions this information is outdated, unavailable, or simply not existent. Traditional methods to gather this information, such as building-by-building...
master thesis 2018
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Vermeer, Martijn (author)
3D reconstruction of the built environment is a widely studied Geomatics topic. Resulting city models are used for a great variety of purposes. The reconstruction of roofs remains challenging. These roofs are not only building blocks for the city models but are of direct interest as well. The company READAAR uses roof segments for the detection...
master thesis 2018
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van Natijne, Adriaan (author)
To improve the interpretation of the low density InSAR data a combination is made with high density airborne and terrestrial laser scanner data. Allowing for improvement of the positioning of the scatterers and the understanding of their behaviour. This combination is implemented as a web application, suitable for researchers to create 3D...
student report 2017
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