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ISPRS e-Bulletin: November 2016

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 4 - 2016



Christian Heipke      

ISPRS - the next 4 years

by Christian Heipke
ISPRS President

Now that the splendid XXIII ISPRS Congress, held in July 2016 in Prague, is over and the new Technical Commissions are busy bringing life into their programmes for the coming term, let me share with you some thoughts on shaping the future of our society in order to influence science and development in photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information science in a similar way as in the past.

Of course, the last four years have already seen many changes: we have a new research agenda published in our flag ship journal, the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing; we have five new Commissions; a series of yearly high-level scientific meetings including the new Geospatial Week in odd years; a Scientific Initiative, strengthening research collaboration between groups within ISPRS; a new International Advisory Committee (IIAC) to give industry a stronger voice; and our two journals, as well as the Archives and Annals, are more attractive than ever, as they are included in many of the scientific indices relevant for researchers around the globe. Last but not least, we have witnessed a new Congress structure with a common International Programme Committee, as well as two events to bridge the gap between science and application:  the ISPRS - UN-GGIM National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies Forum and the ISPRS - IAA Space Agency Forum. Given these fundamental changes, one could conclude that it is now time for a consolidation of the society's activities and for observing and then evaluating these changes. Did they bring about the desired effects? Do we need to fine-tune any of the decisions we made? And yes, we will no doubt do exactly that: observe and evaluate the effects of the changes we introduced.

At the same time, however, we witness developments within and beyond ISPRS which may have a major effect on our work and our society. In our core disciplines, progress is continuing at a very fast pace. In photogrammetry, autonomous driving and robotics with influences from navigation and computer vision, but also high-precision and autonomous industrial measurement and the preservation of cultural heritage are very hot topics. For remote sensing, let me mention global change and sustainable development, and satellite swarms with hundreds of platforms for constant environmental monitoring of the whole earth. Spatial information science will increasingly deal with spatio-temporal modelling, social media and ubiquitous computing. Underlying concepts of these developments are big data, machine learning, parallel and cloud computing and the Internet of Things. The ISPRS tag line - Information from Imagery - can thus be interpreted as the digitisation of our planet in real time, and in many different scales and applications.

We will face many scientific, technical and organisational challenges; it is my firm belief that these challenges can only be met in cooperation with groups beyond ISPRS. This brings me to a point which we will need to pay more attention to: we should increase our efforts to cooperate with these groups - many of which, such as the robotics, the navigation and the computer vision communities, are much larger than ISPRS - to show them what we have to offer: high quality geospatial information and, services, and knowledge.

Science, and science in an international society such as ISPRS in particular, also has other roles, e.g. that of education and outreach. Given how ISPRS activities were distributed in the past, there are a few regions on the globe in which we should increase our presence, most prominently Africa and Latin America. In a diverse world there is, of course, no single solution which fits all. Only the underlying concept is certainly similar for different areas around the globe: work together, learn from each other and then develop common projects and later perhaps also institutions in the geospatial domain. While ISPRS can contribute to such developments, we cannot, of course, hope to design and implement solutions in isolation. Again, cooperation is the way to go.

Thus, let's work together in research and development within the ISPRS related fields to reach these goals.

I wish all of us a successful and happy four years in ISPRS and beyond.



The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) News

The ISPRS Foundation


Observations from the Lens of a Summer School Instructor for the GRSS-YP & ISPRS Summer School

Presidente Prudente, Brazil

Summer School Presidente Prudente, Brazil

Have you ever been asked to be an instructor in an ISPRS-sponsored Summer School or International Workshop? If so, you may have wondered if it would be worth your time and effort to prepare lectures, develop exercises materials, travel far away and teach in an unfamiliar place for an audience who may not speak your language. Professor Michael Cramer from the Institut für Photogrammetrie (ifp), Universität Stuttgart, Germany, found himself in exactly this position when he was asked to be an Instructor in the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Young Professionals (GRSS-YP) and ISPRS Summer School, “Large Scale Photogrammety and Remote Sensing with UAV” organized by Professor Antonio Maria Garcia Tommaselli, UNESP/FCT, São Paulo University, Brazil and held on the São Paulo Campus de Presidente Prudente, Brazil on 26-30 September 2016. While Professor Tommaselli will be providing a report on the success of the summer school for future publication, this article will focus on the perspective of an instructor.

Summer School Presidente Prudente, Brazil

Professor Cramer’s instruction in the GRSS-YP & ISPRS Summer School centered on theoretical topics and applied photogrammetry for imagery acquired by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). He lectured on basic concepts of sensor integration, camera calibration, extended bundle adjustment and direct georeferencing, along with examples, applications and new trends in sensor orientation. Although preparing for his five classes required more time than he had originally planned, the rewards were great. In his words, “It was a very good experience from a scientific point of view. I received quite some positive feedback and the attendees obviously liked my presentations and my lecture materials. I even got into deeper discussions with some of the students right after the talks, which was a great experience for me. I was very much surprised to meet quite a few German speaking people (many from those families who left Germany in the 19th century), and they really were eager to talk to a native German.”

He found the facilities of the university in Presidente Prudente impressive with geomatic labs that included two close range camera calibration fields. In addition to state-of-the-art software and hardware with two professional drone systems and several PC work stations, analog/analytical instruments also were available to demonstrate and explain the basic concepts of photogrammetric image orientation and 3D data generation. Professor Cramer believes this “makes technology understandable from a very illustrative point of view.”

Summer School Presidente Prudente, Brazil

An important benefit of being an instructor in an international summer school is making connections that may even lead to life-long collaborations. Professor Cramer noted, “It also was quite impressive to see that it was not only students from Master and Ph.D. programs all over Brazil, but also participants from companies who were attending the summer school classes. Obviously the program was attractive for continuing education for young people using photogrammetric techniques in their daily professional lives.” He also felt it was vital to connect with Brazilian professors. “From a research point-of-view, it was important to get into deeper contact with many of the top photogrammetric professors in Brazil.” Future exchange of students is always an excellent outcome of a summer school such as this one. “If all runs smoothly”, Professor Cramer said, “one or two of these students may even come to Germany for a while for a visit, not only to improve their German language skills, but also to do some joint work and maybe their student theses. “

Having never traveled to South America before, Professor Cramer found the hospitality impressive and he greatly enjoyed meeting friendly people everywhere. “I never had such a great service in any of my previous business trips. Right from the breakfast in the hotel, there was a university bus picking all of the lecturers up in the morning. The same driving service brought us to the lunch break and then back to the hotel in the evenings. On one day there was a typical Brazilian barbecue in one of the barbecue steak houses, with Brazilian beef (as much as you can eat) … By the way, Brazilians obviously like to eat beef and they are convinced that their beef is much better than beef from Argentina. There was hardly anything to improve, except maybe the quality of Brazilian beer… but maybe being a German, my expectations are too high.”

Summer School Presidente Prudente, Brazil

Participation in an ISPRS-sponsored summer school may even result in some recognition from your own university upon your return. In Professor Cramer’s case, his involvement in the summer school and an agricultural drone project was featured in the local Brazilian newspaper.

Summer School Presidente Prudente, Brazil

The ISPRS Foundation (TIF), a non-profit entity established in 2003 and managed by a Board of Trustees responding to ISPRS grant needs that are identified by the ISPRS Council, provides support for summer schools and international workshops ( In order to do so, TIF depends on individual donations and contributions from ISPRS and ISPRS-sponsored events. Donations to the non-profit TIF may be made via the TIF PayPal donation link on the TIF website listed below. Questions may be directed to TIF Finance Officer, Marguerite Madden, Professor, Department of Geography, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA 30602,


Society News



Thank You Letter

Wai Yeung Yan, recipient of the Otto von Gruber Award at the Prague Congress in July, addressed a letter of thanks to the sponsor of the award, NCG, to ISPRS and to the family of Dr. Otto von Gruber.

ISPRS Council were so moved by his words that they asked his permission to publish the letter, in the hope that other struggling researchers may find some solace and encouragement to continue their valued work, even when the tasks at hand may seem desolate.

Read the letter here

Lena Halounovà


New structure of ISPRS Technical Commissions and Council and Joint Meeting during the Asian Conference of Remote Sensing in Colombo, Sri Lanka

by Lena Halounovà
ISPRS Secretary General
Prague, 31 October 2016

The 2016 General Assembly, held in Prague during the XXIII ISPRS Congress, elected five new Commission Presidents and Vice Presidents who have prepared a complete scientific programme for their Commissions (TCs). The working activities of TCs are based on the activities of their Working Groups (WGs) together with Chairs, Co-Chairs and Secretaries. Their programmes, including Terms of Reference and Working Plans, were commented by ISAC members (ISPRS Science Advisory Committee) prior to 16 October, 2016, and discussed during the Joint Meeting (JM) in Colombo, Sri Lanka, held on 17 and 18 October, 2016. The recommendations from ISAC and those from members of the JM helped to finalize all WG structures whose web pages are presently under construction at the ISPRS web site.

TC Presidents

On behalf of Council, I would like to thank all Commission officers for their huge and efficient effort to create the new Commission structures within such a short time.

The ISPRS Joint Meeting (JM) takes place once per year to discuss the scientific development of individual WGs and TCs, to review activities of all Commissions and to plan and prepare future ISPRS events. The next JM will be organized during the Geospatial Week in Wuhan, in September, 2017.

During the Council Meeting, Council Members were invited to the Survey Department of Sri Lanka. ISPRS President and Secretary General were received by P.M.P. Udayakantha, the Surveyor General of the Department and local organizer of the Asian Conference of Remote Sensing (ACRS). Nelson Wijenayake, local organizer, gave an overview on activities of the Department, which was founded in 1800. He talked about present activities in mapping, map digitization and map updating in Sri Lanka. Visitors also enjoyed the department's museum, housing photogrammetric equipment of the 20 century. Council appreciated not only a good Conference, but also very good conditions for ISPRS meetings and the excursion.

Survey Department of Sri Lanka visit

ISPRS Council (also on behalf of TCPs) would like to express great thanks to AARS (Asian Association of Remote Sensing) and its president, Kohei Cho, and also to the local organizer of the conference, P.M.P. Udayakantha. This important meeting of ISPRS officers was, thus, also a great opportunity to meet colleagues from the sister organization and enjoy the warm and generous local hospitality, including that of AARS.


General Announcements

General Assembly of the International Council for Science (ICSU) 
    and a General Assembly of the International Social Science Council (ISSC)


Report from extraordinary General Assembly of the International Council for Science (ICSU) and a General Assembly of the International Social Science Council (ISSC)

Members of the two leading international science councils voted overwhelmingly to merge at a General Assembly held in Oslo, on 24 October, 2016.

Read more…

Quick Links

•   ISPRS homepage
•   The ISPRS Foundation
•   ISPRS Calendar
•   Prague Congress 2016
•   Student Consortium

General Announcements

Photogrammetric Computer Vision      

Photogrammetric Computer Vision - Statistics, Geometry, Orientation and Reconstruction
new textbook is now available.

This textbook offers a statistical view on the geometry of multiple view analysis, required for camera calibration and orientation and for geometric scene reconstruction based on geometric image features. The authors have backgrounds in geodesy and also long experience with development and research in computer vision, and this is the first book to present a joint approach from the converging fields of photogrammetry and computer vision.

European Flag      

European Commission publishes long-awaited Copyright Proposals

On 14 September, 2016, the European Commission published a series of copyright proposals, as part of the Digital Single Market Strategy: a Regulation on transmissions, a Regulation on cross-border exchange of accessible format copies, a Directive on copyright in the DSM, a Directive on permitted uses of work for visually impaired people as well as a Communication.

Through the proposals, the Commission wants to give people a better choice and access to online and cross-border content, improve the copyright rules for research, education and disabled people and create a sustainable and fairer marketplace for the creative industry, creators and the press.

More concretely, the Commission proposes “a legal mechanism for broadcasters to obtain more easily the authorisations they need from right holders to transmit programmes online in other EU Member States” and will help set up negotiation bodies to reach licencing deals between video-on-demand platforms and right holders. Furthermore, the Creative Europe programme will be used to encourage the circulation of creative content throughout the EU by means of dubbing and subtitling, for instance, and to make copyright protected out-of-commerce works available across borders. In terms of education and research, the Commission proposes a new exception so as to allow education institutions to use materials and make it easier for researchers to use text and data mining technologies.

The copyright directive aims to “reinforce the position of right holders to negotiate and be remunerated for the online exploitation of their content on video-sharing platforms.” The platforms will have to put in place ways to automatically detect audiovisual content which right holders have identified and agreed with the platform to either authorise or remove. In terms of publications, the Commission wishes to introduce a new right which will legally recognise press publishers as right holders. They, as well as producers, will in their turn however have to inform authors and performers about the profits they made through their works.

Vice-President Ansip stated that the proposal “will ensure that more content will be available, transforming Europe’s copyright rules in light of a new digital reality.” Commissioner Oettinger referred to a “copyright environment that is stimulating, fair and rewards investment.”

In the autumn, the Commission is expected to complement these proposals by publishing a proposal to improve the enforcement of intellectual property rights.


Legal Interoperability of Research Data: Principles and Implementation Guidelines published

The Principles were developed by the RDA-CODATA Interest Group (IG) on the Legal Interoperability of Research Data, and subsequently reviewed in two rounds by independent experts and also approved by the RDA and CODATA.
A set of Implementation Guidelines, also reviewed and approved by the RDA and CODATA, provides more detailed information that members of the research community may find helpful in implementing each Principle and in understanding different approaches in various countries.

See publication here

European Space Agency      

Updated CEOS Missions, Instruments, and Measurements (MIM) database released

The European Space Agency (ESA), on behalf of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS), is pleased to announce the release of the updated CEOS Missions, Instruments, and Measurements (MIM) database. This release is based on inputs from CEOS agencies in response to the extensive 2016 survey process.

For further background information, read here….

The MIM database is available at, and the web version of the handbook is available at


Announcements of Scientific Meetings                (see also ISPRS Calendar)

Asia GIS 2017      

Asia GIS Conference Future Smart Cities
January 5-7, 2017
The University of Hong Kong

Asia GIS Conference is a biannual conference organized by the Asia Geographic Information System Association (AGISA) for GIS academics and professionals in the Asia-Pacific region. Since 1994, it has provided a multidisciplinary network and forum for people involved in GIS teaching, research, development and applications to interact with each other and exchange ideas, information and achievement on the latest advancements / issues in the rapidly changing technology.

For more information visit:

GEO Business 2017      

GEO Business 2017
May 23-24, 2017
Business Design Centre, London UK

The geospatial event for everyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivery of geospatial information. Incorporating an international trade exhibition, a cutting edge conference and a programme of live commercial workshops sessions, featuring the technology and services used by those working with spatial data. Register online for FREE entry to the exhibition and workshops. There is a nominal fee to attend the conference.

For more information:

UAV-g 2017      

UAV-g 2017
International Conference on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics

Call for Papers
September 4-7, 2017
Bonn, Germany

The aim of UAV-g 2017 is to bring together experts in photogrammetry and remote sensing, surveying, robotics, computer vision, artificial intelligence, aerospace engineering, geosciences and various UAV user communities. Read more ...


GEO Business 2017      

URSI-France 2017 Workshop Radio Science for Humanity
February 1-3, 2017
Sophia Antipolis, France

The French National Radio Science Workshop - JS'17 is co-organised by Institute Mines Telecom - Telecom ParisTech and Université Nice Sophia Antipolis. On Thursday, February 2, at 5 pm, the General Assembly of URSI-France will hold their annual meeting.

All information relating to the workshop can be found on the URSI-France website:


Event Reports

30th UDMS      

First International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities, 30th UDMS
September 7-9, 2016
University of Split, Croatia

The First International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities was organized as a collaboration between the Urban Data Management Society (UDMS), ISPRS and the University of Split, Croatia. For the first time the topics of the conference were dedicated to the integration of Smart Data and Smart Citizens for Smart Cities with focus on spatial information.

Read the complete report….

International Workshop on <em>Analysis and Application of Global Land Cover Information      

International Workshop on Analysis and Application of Global Land Cover Information
September 24-25, 2016
Beijing, China
by Hao Wu and Xinyan Zheng

The two-day workshop, co-organized jointly by National Geomatics Center of China(NGCC), ISPRS Global Mapping Joint Working Group and GEO Global Land Cover Task Group, concentrated on how the global land cover data could quantify the indicators of SDG in order to support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the United Nations.

Read more here…

Machine Learning for Spatial and Temporal Analysis at GIScience 2016      

Machine Learning for Spatial and Temporal Analysis at GIScience 2016

On 27th September, the ISPRS TCIV/8 Working Group on GeoComputation and GeoSimulation organised a tutorial workshop on Machine Learning for Spatial and Temporal Analysis at GIScience 2016, Montreal, Canada.

Since 2000, the conference series has showcased cutting edge research that pushes the boundaries of geospatial analysis and GIS. TCIV/8 seeks to further this goal by educating the next generation of researchers in advanced analytical and modelling techniques.

Read more here…

GEO Business 2017      

Selcuk International Scientific Conference on Applied Sciences
September 27-30, 2016
Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey

Prof. Ferruh Yildiz, from the Selcuk University, Konya-TURKEY, (which celebrated its 41st anniversary), organized the first conference on Spatial Data Processing, Modelling, Analysing and Management for Knowledge Based System, in Antalya, Turkey on 27 – 30 September 2016. The conference programme offered – besides for 4 plenary speakers – 134 oral presentations and 44 posters from authors from Turkey, Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Iran, UK, The Netherlands (195 in total). Topics covered applications of remote sensing, photogrammetry, GIS, GPS and geodesy for soil, land use, land cover, agriculture, coast, water quality, cadastre and many others.

The participants stressed the importance of such meetings of experts from predominantly neighbouring countries.

The proceedings of the conference will be published as e-books. ISPRS was represented by the Secretary General, Lena Halounovà, who presented an overview on ISPRS at the Opening Ceremony. The Conference was organized under the auspice of ISPRS and FIG. FIG was represented by the FIG Congress Director, (Istanbul 2018) Orhan ERCAN. ISPRS Honorary member, Orhan ALTAN and ISPRS Secretary General were plenary speakers of the plenary session, chaired by Orhan ALTAN.

More details about the Conference can be found at

3D Athens 2016 Joint International Conference      

3D Athens 2016 Joint International Conference including the 11th 3D Geoinfo Conference, 5th International FIG Workshop on 3D Cadastres and ISPRS 3D Indoor Workshop
October 18-21, 2016
Athens, Greece

Participants from all continents of the world presented 90 papers, 30 of which within the 3D Cadastres workshop, 10 in the Indoor3D workshop and 4 posters at the joint event…

Read more ...

15th  ISPRS Student Consortium and Working Group VI/5 Summer School      

15th ISPRS Student Consortium and Working Group VI/5 Summer School

Continuing the collaboration of the ISPRS Student Consortium with the Asian Association on Remote Sensing (AARS) and the AARS Student Group (ASG), the Summer School “Geoinformatics for Disaster Risk Reduction: Application of Drones” was held at the Institute of Surveying and Mapping (ISM), Diyatalawa, Sri Lanka, from October 22-26, 2016.

Read the full report here…


ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing      

New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 119 (September 2016)

Interferometric phase reconstruction using simplified coherence network
Kui Zhang, Ruiqing Song, Hui Wang, Di Wu, Hua Wang
Pages: 1-9

Remote sensing methods for power line corridor surveys
Leena Matikainen, Matti Lehtomäki, Eero Ahokas, Juha Hyyppä, Mika Karjalainen, Anttoni Jaakkola, Antero Kukko, Tero Heinonen
Pages: 10-31

Improving winter leaf area index estimation in coniferous forests and its significance in estimating the land surface albedo
Rong Wang, Jing M. Chen, Goran Pavlic, Altaf Arain
Pages: 32-48

Blind spectral unmixing based on sparse component analysis for hyperspectral remote sensing imagery
Yanfei Zhong, Xinyu Wang, Lin Zhao, Ruyi Feng, Liangpei Zhang, Yanyan Xu
Pages: 49-63

Nonparametric feature extraction for classification of hyperspectral images with limited training samples
Azadeh Kianisarkaleh, Hassan Ghassemian
Pages: 64-78

Estimating forest species abundance through linear unmixing of CHRIS/PROBA imagery
Stavros Stagakis, Theofilos Vanikiotis, Olga Sykioti
Pages: 79-89

Dynamic occlusion detection and inpainting of in situ captured terrestrial laser scanning point clouds sequence
Chi Chen, Bisheng Yang
Pages: 90-107

Correction of ZY-3 image distortion caused by satellite jitter via virtual steady reimaging using attitude data
Mi Wang, Ying Zhu, Shuying Jin, Jun Pan, Quansheng Zhu
Pages: 108-123

Target detection in hyperspectral imagery using forward modeling and in-scene information
Maria Axelsson, Ola Friman, Trym Vegard Haavardsholm, Ingmar Renhorn
Pages: 124-134

Efficient terrestrial laser scan segmentation exploiting data structure
Hamid Mahmoudabadi, Michael J. Olsen, Sinisa Todorovic
Pages: 135-150

Automated mapping of soybean and corn using phenology
Liheng Zhong, Lina Hu, Le Yu, Peng Gong, Gregory S. Biging
Pages: 151-164

A methodology for near real-time change detection between Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and wide area satellite images
Anastasios L. Fytsilis, Anthony Prokos, Konstantinos D. Koutroumbas, Dimitrios Michail, Charalambos C. Kontoes
Pages: 165-186

Assessing post-fire ground cover in Mediterranean shrublands with field spectrometry and digital photography
Raquel Montorio Llovería, Fernando Pérez-Cabello, Alberto García-Martín
Pages: 187-197

Illumination-invariant image matching for autonomous UAV localisation based on optical sensing
Xue Wan, Jianguo Liu, Hongshi Yan, Gareth L.K. Morgan
Pages: 198-213

Evolution of regional to global paddy rice mapping methods: A review
Jinwei Dong, Xiangming Xiao
Pages: 214-227

Mapping of land cover in northern California with simulated hyperspectral satellite imagery
Matthew L. Clark, Nina E. Kilham
Pages: 228-245

Development of a mixed pixel filter for improved dimension estimation using AMCW laser scanner
Qian Wang, Hoon Sohn, Jack C.P. Cheng
Pages: 246-258

Precise georeferencing using the rigorous sensor model and rational function model for ZiYuan-3 strip scenes with minimum control
Hongbo Pan, Chao Tao, Zhengrong Zou
Pages: 259-266

Local-scale flood mapping on vegetated floodplains from radiometrically calibrated airborne LiDAR data
Radosław Malinowski, Bernhard Höfle, Kristina Koenig, Geoff Groom, Wolfgang Schwanghart, Goswin Heckrath
Pages: 267-279

Estimation of the stand ages of tropical secondary forests after shifting cultivation based on the combination of WorldView-2 and time-series Landsat images
Shogoro Fujiki, Kei-ichi Okada, Shogo Nishio, Kanehiro Kitayama
Pages: 280-293

Large-area settlement pattern recognition from Landsat-8 data
Marc Wieland, Massimiliano Pittore
Pages: 294-308

Local surface sampling step estimation for extracting boundaries of planar point clouds
David Brie, Vincent Bombardier, Grégory Baeteman, Abdelhamid Bennis
Pages: 309-319

Assessment of next-best-view algorithms performance with various 3D scanners and manipulator
M. Karaszewski, M. Adamczyk, R. Sitnik
Pages: 320-333

Slicing Method for curved façade and window extraction from point clouds
S.M. Iman Zolanvari, Debra F. Laefer
Pages: 334-346

Improving land cover classification using input variables derived from a geographically weighted principal components analysis
Alexis J. Comber, Paul Harris, Narumasa Tsutsumida
Pages: 347-360

Floristic composition and across-track reflectance gradient in Landsat images over Amazonian forests
Javier Muro, Jasper Van doninck, Hanna Tuomisto, Mark A. Higgins, Gabriel M. Moulatlet, Kalle Ruokolainen
Pages: 361-372

Two-step adaptive extraction method for ground points and breaklines from lidar point clouds
Bisheng Yang, Ronggang Huang, Zhen Dong, Yufu Zang, Jianping Li
Pages: 373-389

Retrieval of leaf area index in different plant species using thermal hyperspectral data
Elnaz Neinavaz, Andrew K. Skidmore, Roshanak Darvishzadeh, Thomas A. Groen
Pages: 390-401

Change detection of built-up land: A framework of combining pixel-based detection and object-based recognition
Pengfeng Xiao, Xueliang Zhang, Dongguang Wang, Min Yuan, Xuezhi Feng, Maggi Kelly
Pages: 402-414

The impact of integrating WorldView-2 sensor and environmental variables in estimating plantation forest species aboveground biomass and carbon stocks in uMgeni Catchment, South Africa
Timothy Dube, Onisimo Mutanga
Pages: 415-425

Blending zone determination for aerial orthimage mosaicking
Chao-Hung Lin, Bo-Heng Chen, Bo-Yi Lin, Han-Szu Chou
Pages: 426-436

Satellite images analysis for shadow detection and building height estimation
Gregoris Liasis, Stavros Stavrou
Pages: 437-450

Impacts of spatial heterogeneity on crop area mapping in Canada using MODIS data
Yaoliang Chen, Xiaodong Song, Shusen Wang, Jingfeng Huang, Lamin R. Mansaray
Pages: 451-461

Theme section for 36th International Symposium for Remote Sensing of the Environment in Berlin
John Trinder, Björn Waske
Pages: 463

Meteo-marine parameters for highly variable environment in coastal regions from satellite radar images
A.L. Pleskachevsky, W. Rosenthal, S. Lehner
Pages: 464-484

Shadow detection and removal in RGB VHR images for land use unsupervised classification
A. Movia, A. Beinat, F. Crosilla
Pages: 485-495

TanDEM-X IDEM precision and accuracy assessment based on a large assembly of differential GNSS measurements in Kruger National Park, South Africa
J. Baade, C. Schmullius
Pages: 496-508


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 120 (October 2016)

Multi-temporal and multi-source remote sensing image classification by nonlinear relative normalization
Devis Tuia, Diego Marcos, Gustau Camps-Valls
Pages: 1-12

Progress in the remote sensing of C3 and C4 grass species aboveground biomass over time and space
Cletah Shoko, Onisimo Mutanga, Timothy Dube
Pages: 13-24

The D-FCM partitioned D-BSP tree for massive point cloud data access and rendering
Yi Zhang
Pages: 25-36

A dual growing method for the automatic extraction of individual trees from mobile laser scanning data
Lin Li, Dalin Li, Haihong Zhu, You Li
Pages: 37-52

Mapping raised bogs with an iterative one-class classification approach
Benjamin Mack, Ribana Roscher, Stefanie Stenzel, Hannes Feilhauer, Sebastian Schmidtlein, Björn Waske
Pages: 53-64

Hyperspectral sensing to detect the impact of herbicide drift on cotton growth and yield
L.A. Suarez, A. Apan, J. Werth
Pages: 65-76

Changes in satellite-derived impervious surface area at US historical climatology network stations
Kevin Gallo, George Xian
Pages: 77-83

Disaster debris estimation using high-resolution polarimetric stereo-SAR
Christian N. Koyama, Hideomi Gokon, Masaru Jimbo, Shunichi Koshimura, Motoyuki Sato
Pages: 84-98

Semisupervised classification for hyperspectral image based on multi-decision labeling and deep feature learning
Xiaorui Ma, Hongyu Wang, Jie Wang
Pages: 99-107


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 121 (November 2016)

Understanding human activity patterns based on space-time-semantics
Wei Huang, Songnian Li
Pages: 1-10

Robust multitask learning with three-dimensional empirical mode decomposition-based features for hyperspectral classification
Zhi He, Lin Liu
Pages: 11-27

Parametrization and calibration of a quasi-analytical algorithm for tropical eutrophic waters
Fernanda Watanabe, Deepak R. Mishra, Ike Astuti, Thanan Rodrigues, Enner Alcântara, Nilton N. Imai, Cláudio Barbosa
Pages: 28-47

Localization of a mobile laser scanner via dimensional reduction
Ville V. Lehtola, Juho-Pekka Virtanen, Matti T. Vaaja, Hannu Hyyppä, Andreas Nüchter
Pages: 48-59

Semi-supervised hyperspectral classification from a small number of training samples using a co-training approach
Michał Romaszewski, Przemysław Głomb, Michał Cholewa
Pages: 60-76

Description and validation of a new set of object-based temporal geostatistical features for land-use/land-cover change detection
Jose L. Gil-Yepes, Luis A. Ruiz, Jorge A. Recio, Ángel Balaguer-Beser, Txomin Hermosilla
Pages: 77-91

Estimation of glacier surface motion by robust phase correlation and point like features of SAR intensity images
Li Fang, Yusheng Xu, Wei Yao, Uwe Stilla
Pages: 92-112

Skeletal camera network embedded structure-from-motion for 3D scene reconstruction from UAV images
Zhihua Xu, Lixin Wu, Markus Gerke, Ran Wang, Huachao Yang
Pages: 113-127

RBA: Reduced Bundle Adjustment for oblique aerial photogrammetry
Yanbiao Sun, Huabo Sun, Lei Yan, Shiyue Fan, Rui Chen
Pages: 128-142

Automatic cloud detection for high resolution satellite stereo images and its application in terrain extraction
Teng Wu, Xiangyun Hu, Yong Zhang, Lulin Zhang, Pengjie Tao, Luping Lu
Pages: 143-156

Absolute and relative height-pixel accuracy of SRTM-GL1 over the South American Andean Plateau
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Pages: 167-176

A global study of NDVI difference among moderate-resolution satellite sensors
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Pages: 177-191

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Pages: 192-202



ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal

ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal      

New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 5, Issue 8 (August 2016), No 141-147

A Workflow for Automatic Quantification of Structure and Dynamic of the German Building Stock Using Official Spatial Data
Hartmann, André, Meinel, Gotthard, Hecht, Robert, Behnisch, Martin
No: 142

A Novel Absolute Orientation Method Using Local Similarities Representation
Yan, Lei, Wan, Jie, Sun, Yanbiao, Fan, Shiyue, Yan, Yizhen, Chen, Rui
No: 135

A Novel Simplified Algorithm for Bare Surface Soil Moisture Retrieval Using L-Band Radiometer
Zhu, Bin, Song, Xiaoning, Leng, Pei, Sun, Chuan, Wang, Ruixin, Jiang, Xiaoguang
No: 143

Hypergraph+: An Improved Hypergraph-Based Task-Scheduling Algorithm for Massive Spatial Data Processing on Master-Slave Platforms
Cheng, Bo, Guan, Xuefeng, Wu, Huayi, Li, Rui
No: 141

Continuous Road Network Generalization throughout All Scales
Šuba, Radan, Meijers, Martijn, Oosterom, Peter van
No: 145

Methodology for Evaluating the Quality of Ecosystem Maps: A Case Study in the Andes
Armenteras, Dolors, González, Tania Marisol, Luque, Francisco Javier, López, Denis, Rodríguez, Nelly
No: 144

Can Hawaii Meet Its Renewable Fuel Target? Case Study of Banagrass-Based Cellulosic Ethanol
Tran, Chinh, Yanagida, John
No: 146

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics
Martinsanz, Gonzalo Pajares
No: 147


New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 5, Issue 9 (September 2016), No 148-165

Evaluating Temporal Analysis Methods Using Residential Burglary Data
Boldt, Martin, Borg, Anton
No: 148

Defining Fitness-for-Use for Crowdsourced Points of Interest (POI)
Jonietz, David, Zipf, Alexander
No: 149

The Socio-Spatial Distribution of Leisure Venues: A Case Study of Karaoke Bars in Nanjing, China
Cui, Can, Wang, Jiechen, Wu, Zhongjie, Ni, Jianhua, Qian, Tianlu
No: 150

Method for Determining Appropriate Clustering Criteria of Location-Sensing Data
Lee, Youngmin, Kwon, Pil, Yu, Kiyun, Park, Woojin
No: 151

A Spectral Signature Shape-Based Algorithm for Landsat Image Classification
Chen, Yuanyuan, Wang, Quanfang, Wang, Yanlong, Duan, Si-Bo, Xu, Miaozhong, Li, Zhao-Liang
No: 154

A New Simplification Approach Based on the Oblique-Dividing-Curve Method for Contour Lines
Qian, Haizhong, Zhang, Meng, Wu, Fang
No: 153

Algebraic and Geometric Characterizations of Double-Cross Matrices of Polylines
Kuijpers, Bart, Moelans, Bart
No: 152

Review of Forty Years of Technological Changes in Geomatics toward the Big Data Paradigm
Jeansoulin, Robert
No: 155

Use of Social Media for the Detection and Analysis of Infectious Diseases in China
Ye, Xinyue, Li, Shengwen, Yang, Xining, Qin, Chenglin
No: 156

Assessing Patient bypass Behavior Using Taxi Trip Origin–Destination (OD) Data
Yang, Gege, Song, Ci, Shu, Hua, Zhang, Jia, Pei, Tao, Zhou, Chenghu
No: 157

Assessing Land Degradation Dynamics and Distinguishing Human-Induced Changes from Climate Factors in the Three-North Shelter Forest Region of China
Huang, Senwang, Kong, Jiming
No: 158

A Labeling Model Based on the Region of Movability for Point-Feature Label Placement
Li, Lin, Zhang, Hang, Zhu, Haihong, Kuai, Xi, Hu, Wei
No: 159

A Combination of Stop-and-Go and Electro-Tricycle Laser Scanning Systems for Rural Cadastral Surveys
Zhong, Liang, Liu, Pengfei, Wang, Liuzhao, Wei, Zhanying, Guan, Haiyan, Yu, Yongtao
No: 160

A Subdivision Method to Unify the Existing Latitude and Longitude Grids
Cheng, Chengqi, Tong, Xiaochong, Chen, Bo, Zhai, Weixin
No: 161

Analyzing Local Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Police Calls-for-Service Using Bayesian Integrated Nested Laplace Approximation
Luan, Hui, Quick, Matthew, Law, Jane
No: 162

Updating Road Networks by Local Renewal from GPS Trajectories
Wu, Tao, Xiang, Longgang, Gong, Jianya
No: 163

Evaluation of Multiple Classifier Systems for Landslide Identification in LANDSAT Thematic Mapper (TM) Images
Manfré, Luiz Augusto, de Albuquerque Nóbrega, Rodrigo Affonso, Quintanilha, José Alberto
No: 164

Improving Seasonal Land Cover Maps of Poyang Lake Area in China by Taking into Account Logical Transitions
Yang, Guang, Fang, Shenghui, Dian, Yuanyong, Bi, Chuang
No: 165


New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 5, Issue 10 (October 2016), No 166-193

A Two-Step Clustering Approach to Extract Locations from Individual GPS Trajectory Data
Fu, Zhongliang, Tian, Zongshun, Xu, Yanqing, Qiao, Changjian
No: 166

Data Autodiscovery—The Role of the OPD
Cox, Adrian J. M., Milsted, Andrew J., Gutteridge, Christopher J.
No: 167

Visualizing the Intellectual Structure of Eye Movement Research in Cartography
Wang, Shuang, Chen, Yufen, Yuan, Yecheng, Ye, Haiyun, Zheng, Shulei
No: 168

A GIS Study of the Influences of Warm Ocean Eddies on the Intensity Variations of Tropical Cyclones in the South China Sea
Yang, Feng, Peng, Hui, Du, Yunyan, Wu, Guofeng
No: 169

Top-k Spatial Preference Queries in Directed Road Networks
Attique, Muhammad, Cho, Hyung-Ju, Jin, Rize, Chung, Tae-Sun
No: 170

A Sensor Web and Web Service-Based Approach for Active Hydrological Disaster Monitoring
Zhai, Xi, Yue, Peng, Zhang, Mingda
No: 171

Dynamic Monitoring of Agricultural Fires in China from 2010 to 2014 Using MODIS and GlobeLand30 Data
Xie, Huan, Du, Li, Liu, Sicong, Chen, Lei, Gao, Sa, Liu, Shuang, Pan, Haiyan, Tong, Xiaohua
No: 172

Automatic Scaling Hadoop in the Cloud for Efficient Process of Big Geospatial Data
Li, Zhenlong, Yang, Chaowei, Liu, Kai, Hu, Fei, Jin, Baoxuan
No: 173

Normalized-Mutual-Information-Based Mining Method for Cascading Patterns
Xue, Cunjin, Liu, Jingyi, Li, Xiaohong, Dong, Qing
No: 174

Indexing for Moving Objects in Multi-Floor Indoor Spaces That Supports Complex Semantic Queries
Lin, Hui, Peng, Ling, Chen, Si, Liu, Tianyue, Chi, Tianhe
No: 176

Field Motion Estimation with a Geosensor Network
Fitzner, Daniel, Sester, Monika
No: 175

Understanding Spatiotemporal Patterns of Human Convergence and Divergence Using Mobile Phone Location Data
Yang, Xiping, Fang, Zhixiang, Xu, Yang, Shaw, Shih-Lung, Zhao, Zhiyuan, Yin, Ling, Zhang, Tao, Lin, Yunong
No: 177

Real-Time Spatial Queries for Moving Objects Using Storm Topology
Zhang, Feng, Zheng, Ye, Xu, Dengping, Du, Zhenhong, Wang, Yingzhi, Liu, Renyi, Ye, Xinyue
No: 178

An Integrated Software Framework to Support Semantic Modeling and Reasoning of Spatiotemporal Change of Geographical Objects: A Use Case of Land Use and Land Cover Change Study
Li, Wenwen, Zhou, Xiran, Wu, Sheng
No: 179

Forecasting Public Transit Use by Crowdsensing and Semantic Trajectory Mining: Case Studies
Zhang, Ningyu, Chen, Huajun, Chen, Xi, Chen, Jiaoyan
No: 180

Vehicle Positioning and Speed Estimation Based on Cellular Network Signals for Urban Roads
Lai, Wei-Kuang, Kuo, Ting-Huan
No: 181

Smartphone-Based Pedestrian’s Avoidance Behavior Recognition towards Opportunistic Road Anomaly Detection
Ishikawa, Tsuyoshi, Fujinami, Kaori
No: 182

User Generated Spatial Content-Integrator: Conceptual Model to Integrate Data from Diverse Sources of User Generated Spatial Content
Estima, Jacinto, Painho, Marco
No: 183

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Route Planning in the Presence of a Threat Environment Based on a Virtual Globe Platform
Zhang, Ming, Su, Chen, Liu, Yuan, Hu, Mingyuan, Zhu, Yuesheng
No: 184

Data Association at the Level of Narrative Plots to Support Analysis of Spatiotemporal Evolvement of Conflict: A Case Study in Nigeria
Bi, Size, Han, Xiaoyu, Tian, Jing, Liang, Xiao, Wang, Yang, Huang, Tinglei
No: 188

Exploring Multi-Scale Spatiotemporal Twitter User Mobility Patterns with a Visual-Analytics Approach
Yin, Junjun, Du, Zhenhong
No: 187

Forest Vertical Parameter Estimation Using PolInSAR Imagery Based on Radiometric Correction
Zhang, Yu, He, Chu, Xu, Xin, Chen, Dong
No: 186

Hidden Naive Bayes Indoor Fingerprinting Localization Based on Best-Discriminating AP Selection
Song, Chunjing, Wang, Jian, Yuan, Guan
No: 189

Methodology for the Efficient Progressive Distribution and Visualization of 3D Building Objects
Mao, Bo, Harrie, Lars
No: 185

Location Optimization Using a Hierarchical Location-Allocation Model for Trauma Centers in Shenzhen, China
Zhu, Yishu, Du, Qingyun, Tian, Fei, Ren, Fu, Liang, Shi, Chen, Yan
No: 190

Landslide Susceptibility Mapping Based on Particle Swarm Optimization of Multiple Kernel Relevance Vector Machines: Case of a Low Hill Area in Sichuan Province, China
Lin, Yongliang, Xia, Kewen, Jiang, Xiaoqing, Bai, Jianchuan, Wu, Panpan
No: 191

Granulometric Analysis on Remote Sensing Images: Application to Mapping Retrospective Changes in the Sahelian Ligneous Cover
San Emeterio, José Luis, Mering, Catherine
No: 192

A Framework for Discovering Evolving Domain Related Spatio-Temporal Patterns in Twitter
Shi, Yan, Deng, Min, Yang, Xuexi, Liu, Qiliang, Zhao, Liang, Lu, Chang-Tien
No: 193


New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 5, Issue 11 (November 2016), No 194-215

Spatiotemporal Variation of Precipitation Regime in China from 1961 to 2014 from the Standardized Precipitation Index
Yuan, Xuefeng, Jian, Jinshi, Jiang, Gang
Pages: 194

Context-Aware Location Recommendation Using Geotagged Photos in Social Media
Huang, Haosheng
Pages: 195

Initial Results of the Precise Orbit Determination for the New-Generation BeiDou Satellites (BeiDou-3) Based on the iGMAS Network
Tan, Bingfeng, Yuan, Yunbin, Wen, Mingyue, Ning, Yafei, Liu, Xifeng
Pages: 196

Spatiotemporal Analysis of Urban Growth Using GIS and Remote Sensing: A Case Study of the Colombo Metropolitan Area, Sri Lanka
Subasinghe, Shyamantha, Estoque, Ronald C., Murayama, Yuji
Pages: 197

A Long Baseline Three Carrier Ambiguity Resolution with a New Ionospheric Constraint
Ning, Yafei, Yuan, Yunbin, Huang, Zhen, Chai, Yanju, Tan, Bingfeng
Pages: 198

The Sensitivity of Mapping Methods to Reference Data Quality: Training Supervised Image Classifications with Imperfect Reference Data
Foody, Giles M., Pal, Mahesh, Rocchini, Duccio, Garzon-Lopez, Carol X., Bastin, Lucy
Pages: 199

Gully Erosion Mapping and Monitoring at Multiple Scales Based on Multi-Source Remote Sensing Data of the Sancha River Catchment, Northeast China
Wang, Ranghu, Zhang, Shuwen, Pu, Luoman, Yang, Jiuchun, Yang, Chaobin, Chen, Jing, Guan, Cong, Wang, Qing, Chen, Dan, Fu, Bolin, Sang, Xuejia
Pages: 200

Urban Link Travel Time Prediction Based on a Gradient Boosting Method Considering Spatiotemporal Correlations
Zhang, Faming, Zhu, Xinyan, Hu, Tao, Guo, Wei, Chen, Chen, Liu, Lingjia
Pages: 201

Analysing the Effects of Flood-Resilience Technologies in Urban Areas Using a Synthetic Model Approach
Schinke, Reinhard, Kaidel, Anna, Golz, Sebastian, Naumann, Thomas, López-Gutiérrez, José Santos, Garvin, Stephen
Pages: 202

Spatio-Temporal Risk Assessment Process Modeling for Urban Hazard Events in Sensor Web Environment
Wang, Wei, Hu, Chuanbo, Chen, Nengcheng, Xiao, Changjiang, Jia, Shan
Pages: 203

Uncertainty-Based Map Matching: The Space-Time Prism and k-Shortest Path Algorithm
Kuijpers, Bart, Moelans, Bart, Othman, Walied, Vaisman, Alejandro
Pages: 204

An Adaptive Density-Based Time Series Clustering Algorithm: A Case Study on Rainfall Patterns
Wang, Xiaomi, Liu, Yaolin, Chen, Yiyun, Liu, Yi
Pages: 205

The Physical Density of the City—Deconstruction of the Delusive Density Measure with Evidence from Two European Megacities
Taubenböck, Hannes, Standfuß, Ines, Klotz, Martin, Wurm, Michael
Pages: 206

Detecting Urban Transport Modes Using a Hybrid Knowledge Driven Framework from GPS Trajectory
Das, Rahul Deb, Winter, Stephan
Pages: 207

Recognition of Repetitive Movement Patterns—The Case of Football Analysis
Feuerhake, Udo
Pages: 208

Radio Astronomy Demonstrator: Assessment of the Appropriate Sites through a GIS Open Source Application
Duarte, Lia, Teodoro, Ana Cláudia, Maia, Dalmiro, Barbosa, Domingos
Pages: 209

Analysis of Attraction Features of Tourism Destinations in a Mega-City Based on Check-in Data Mining—A Case Study of Shenzhen, China
Gu, Zhihui, Zhang, Yan, Chen, Yu, Chang, Xiaomeng
Pages: 210

Spatial Air Index Based on Largest Empty Rectangles for Non-Flat Wireless Broadcast in Pervasive Computing
Shen, Jun-Hong, Lu, Ching-Ta, Chen, Mu-Yen, Mai, Chien-Tang
Pages: 211

Generating Orthorectified Multi-Perspective 2.5D Maps to Facilitate Web GIS-Based Visualization and Exploitation of Massive 3D City Models
Liang, Jianming, Gong, Jianhua, Liu, Jin, Zou, Yuling, Zhang, Jinming, Sun, Jun, Chen, Shuisen
Pages: 212

Morphological PDEs on Graphs for Image Processing on Surfaces and Point Clouds
Elmoataz, Abderrahim, Lozes, François, Talbot, Hugues
Pages: 213

Efficient Geo-Computational Algorithms for Constructing Space-Time Prisms in Road Networks
Chen, Hui-Ping, Chen, Bi Yu, Wang, Yafei, Li, Qingquan
Pages: 214

An Effective NoSQL-Based Vector Map Tile Management Approach
Wan, Lin, Huang, Zhou, Peng, Xia
Pages: 215



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