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From 5 June - 11 June 2022 the ISPRS Congress took place in Nice, France. The 3DGeo research group had three paper contributions which can now be found online:
(1) Virtual Laser Scanning of Dynamic Scenes Created From Real 4D Topographic Point Cloud Data.
Find all details in the video (link) and paper and check the related [...]

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Recently, a new research paper “Detecting OpenStreetMap missing buildings by transferring pre-trained deep neural networks” (Pisl, J., Li, H., Herfort, B., Lautenbach, S., Zipf, A. 2021) has been accepted at the the 24th AGILE conference 2021. The conference will take place virually on June 8 to 11, 2021.
Accurate and complete geographic data of human settlements [...]

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New paper published on healthcare access in Sub-Saharan Africa
It is almost a year since SARS-CoV-2 first emerged in China. The virus spread all over the world. Countries south of the Sahara did not receive much attention. Although outbreaks here have a strong risk potential due to existing crises. In our new published paper we modeled [...]

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In a new publication, we show how deep neural networks can be used in an end-to-end manner for the classification of 3D point clouds from airborne laser scan data. The research, based on the award-winning diploma thesis of Lukas Winiwarter at TU Wien, has now been published in “PFG - Photogrammetrie, Fernerkundung, Geoinformation“, the Journal [...]

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Check-in data such as provided by Foursquare is one kind of social media feeds which gained considerable interest over recent years. This interest is partly due to their high degree of semantic detail, given that users check-in at places which are categorized by a relatively well-defined taxonomy. One associated prevalent task, in research as well [...]

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Some time ago we reported about a new method for assessing spatial autocorrelation among points in social media datasets. A major contribution thereby is the ability of restricting the analysis to specific scales limited by both, an upper and a lower bound. The corresponding paper is now officially available online at IJGIS:
Westerholt, R., Resch, B., [...]

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