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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
20093D Geodata recovery from high resolution satellite imageryPOLI DANIELA; WOLFF Kirsten; GRUEN ArminContributions to Conferences
2010Benchmarking and quality analysis of DEM generated from high and very high resolution optical stereo satellite dataREINARTZ Peter; PABLO D'angelo; KRAUSS Thomas; POLI DANIELA; JACOBSEN Karsten; BUYUKSALIH GurcanContributions to Conferences
2009Combination of image and lidar data for building extractionPOLI DANIELA; DEMIR Nusret; BALTSAVIAS EmmanuelContributions to Conferences
2012Digital Surface Model Extraction and Refinement through Image Segmentation. Application to the ISPRS Benchmark Stereo DatasetPOLI DANIELA; SOILLE PierreArticles in Journals
2012Digital surface modelling and 3D information extraction from spaceborne very high resolution stereo pairsPOLI DANIELA; Caravaggi I.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Evaluation of WORLDVIEW-1 Stereo ScenesPOLI DANIELA; WOLFF Kirsten; GRUEN ArminContributions to Conferences
2011Monitoring changes in the Menik Farm IDP camps in Sri Lanka using multi-temporal very high resolution satellite dataKEMPER Thomas; JENEROWICZ Malgorzata; GUEGUEN LIONEL; POLI DANIELA; SOILLE PierreArticles in Journals
2010Radiomeric and Geometric Analysis of Worldview-2 Stereo ScenesANGIULI EMANUELE; REMONDINO Fabio; POLI DANIELAContributions to Conferences
2011Refinement of Digital Surface Models through Constrained Connectivity Partitioning of Optical ImageryPOLI DANIELA; SOILLE PierreContributions to Conferences
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