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Fingerprints are important biometric cues. Compared to conventional fingerprint sensors the use of contact-free stereoscopic image acquisition of the front-most finger segment has a set of advantages: Finger deformation is avoided, the entire relevant area for biometric use is covered, some...
The precise measurement of water surface models or profiles plays an important role in experimental hydromechanics. Conventional gauge-based techniques often come with a large instrumental effort and a limited spatial resolution. The paper shows an efficient non-contact photogrammetric technique...
Positioning services based on GNSS Permanent Networks (PNs) disseminate the reference frame to users; hence the networks must be adjusted by constraining the ITRF coordinates of some permanent stations (PS), with the satellite orbits and clocks constrained to the values published by the...
Range imaging has become a valuable technology for many kinds of applications in recent years. Numerous systematic deviations occur during the measurement process carried out by available systems. These systematics are partly excited by external and partly excited by internal influences. In this...
In this paper the application of knowledge-based systems for the analysis and evaluation of geodetic measurements is described. The first part gives a nontechnical overview over existing software products like GeoFit and current research activities (e.g. TUNCONSTRUCT, KASIP) with special focuses...
A mapping system by vision-aided inertial navigation was developed for areas where GNSS signals are unreachable. In this framework, a methodology on the integration of vision and inertial sensors is presented, analysed and tested. The system employs the method of “SLAM: Simultaneous...
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