Written from a "learning by doing" perspective, Digital Photogrammetry supplies everything a novice user needs to understand and perform basic photogrammetry. The combination of explanatory text and software and data on the accompanying CD-ROM leads users through all necessary steps, from initial scanning through final products such as ortho images and mosaics. All of the basic functions of digital photogrammetry are explained: image orientation, aerial triangulation measurement, bundle block adjustment, feature collection, terrain models, and final products. Ideal for geographers, cartographers, forest engineers and other experts working with aerial photos, the package takes readers through several tutorials, beginning with a simple example (stereo model), that demonstrate and detail just how photogrammetry works. The accompanying software constitutes a small but powerful Digital Photogrammetric Workshop which can be used for any project. Even 3-D images, viewable with the included 3-D glasses, are among the examples.
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Wilfried Linder, born in 1959, studied mathematics and geography at the University of Hannover (1979-85). Thereafter, he was employed as a scientific assistant at the Universities of Osnabrück/Vechta, Hannover and Düsseldorf. In 1990 he received his Ph.D in geography, followed in 1993 by one in geodesy. He is now a member of the Institute of Geography at the University of Düsseldorf, where he is responsible for the fields of photogrammetry, remote sensing, digital cartography and geo information systems (GIS).
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Book Description Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2003. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Fine. Includes unopened CD-ROM and 3D glasses. Like new, unmarked copy. Bookseller Inventory # 00034922