Critical Factors and Configurations for Practical 3D Image-Based Modeling

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TypeArticle
Conference6th Conference on 3D Measurement Techniques, September 22-25, 2003., Zurich, Switzerland
VolumeII
Subject3D modeling; evaluation; simulations; configurations; accuracy; uncertainty
AbstractThere is a need for accuracy evaluation tools for 3D image-based modeling and to identify the key factors and critical configurations affecting this accuracy. We propose a novel technique that creates simulated data based on the actual project data. The technique gives a valid and realistic measure of the accuracy, and has been applied on a wide variety of data to study the effect of various parameters and configurations. As a result, guidelines for some phases of 3D modeling from images are given. We focus on modeling relatively large structures like monuments and architectures for accurate documentation where knowledge of uncertainty is important.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
NRC number46554
NPARC number8914375
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