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v.lidar.growing - Building contour determination and Region Growing algorithm for determining the building inside
v.lidar.growing v.lidar.growing help v.lidar.growing input=name output=name first=name [tj=float] [td=float] [--overwrite] [--verbose] [--quiet] Flags: --overwrite Allow output files to overwrite existing files --verbose Verbose module output --quiet Quiet module output Parameters: input=name Input vector (v.lidar.edgedetection output output=name Name for output vector map first=name Name of the first pulse vector map tj=float Threshold for cell object frequency in region growing Default: 0.2 td=float Threshold for double pulse in region growing Default: 0.6
v.lidar.growing is the second of three steps to filter LiDAR data. The filter aims to recognize and extract attached and detached object (such as buildings, bridges, power lines, trees, etc.) in order to create a Digital Terrain Model. The modules identifies which is the internal area of every object on a LiDAR point surface. The classification categories from v.lidar.edgedetection are now rasterized. For each cell, it is evaluated if it (the cell) contains a point with double impulse (difference between the first and last pulse greater than a given threshold). Starting from cells classified as OBJECT and with only one pulse all linked cells are selected and a convex hull algorithm is applied to them. Simultaneously, the mean of the corresponding heights (mean edge height) are computed. Points inside the convex hull are classified as OBJECT if their height is greater than or equal to the previously mean computed edge height. This last step is done only in case of high planimetric resolution.
The input data should be the output result of the v.lidar.edgedetection, module. Otherwise, it goes to error! The output of this module will be the input of v.lidar.correction module. The output will be a vector map which points are pre-classified as: TERRAIN SINGLE PULSE (cat = 1, layer = 2) TERRAIN DOUBLE PULSE (cat = 2, layer = 2) OBJECT SINGLE PULSE (cat = 3, layer = 2) OBJECT DOUBLE PULSE (cat = 4, layer = 2) The final result of the whole procedure (v.lidar.edgedetection, v.lidar.growing, v.lidar.correction) will be a point classification in the same categories as above.
Basic region growing procedure v.lidar.growing input=edge output=growing first=firstpulse
v.lidar.edgedetection, v.lidar.correction, v.surf.bspline
Original version of program in GRASS 5.4: Maria Antonia Brovelli, Massimiliano Cannata, Ulisse Longoni and Mirko Reguzzoni Update for GRASS 6.X: Roberto Antolin and Gonzalo Moreno
Antolin, R. et al., 2006. Digital terrain models determination by LiDAR technology: Po basin experimentation. Bolletino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini, anno LXV, n. 2, pp. 69-89. Brovelli M. A., Cannata M., Longoni U.M., 2004. LIDAR Data Filtering and DTM Interpolation Within GRASS, Transactions in GIS, April 2004, vol. 8, iss. 2, pp. 155-174(20), Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Brovelli M. A., Cannata M., 2004. Digital Terrain model reconstruction in urban areas from airborne laser scanning data: the method and an example for Pavia (Northern Italy). Computers and Geosciences 30 (2004) pp.325-331 Brovelli M. A. and Longoni U.M., 2003. Software per il filtraggio di dati LIDAR, Rivista dell?Agenzia del Territorio, n. 3-2003, pp. 11-22 (ISSN 1593-2192). Brovelli M. A., Cannata M. and Longoni U.M., 2002. DTM LIDAR in area urbana, Bollettino SIFET N.2, pp. 7-26. Performances of the filter can be seen in the ISPRS WG III/3 Comparison of Filters report by Sithole, G. and Vosselman, G., 2003. Last changed: $Date: 2012-09-06 01:21:33 -0700 (Thu, 06 Sep 2012) $ Full index © 2003-2013 GRASS Development Team