Structural 3D-analysis of aerial images with a blackboard-based
A model-based method for the analysis of structures in aerial images is
The knowledge about object structures is represented by a set of productions.
Together with the object concepts these productions form a net.
Such production systems are implemented in a blackboard architecture.
The database is realized in form of an associative memory.
A simple example net is used to explain the 3D-analysis and
the detection of a high building.
The result of the image analysis and
partial results obtained by a derivation graph are displayed.
Problems with the associative access are discussed and
an extended hardware concept is proposed.
Stilla U, Michaelsen E, Lütjen K (1995)
Structural 3D-analysis of aerial images with a blackboard-based production
In: Grün A, Kübler O, Agouris P (eds)
Automatic extraction of man-made objects from aerial and space images.
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