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ISPRS e-Bulletin: Ocober 2017

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 3 - 2018


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George Vosselman      

Invitation to participate in the ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
10-14 June 2019 in Enschede, the Netherlands
by George Vosselman
Geospatial Week Director


It is my pleasure to invite you to participate in the Geospatial Week 2019, which will take place at the campus of the University of Twente in Enschede, the Netherlands from 10 to 14 June 2019.
Over 30 working groups have expressed their interest to jointly convene their workshops at the Geospatial Week 2019. As a result, we are proud to host the following 13 workshops:

  • International Conference on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics (UAV-g)
  • Laser Scanning
  • International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality (ISSDQ)
  • Indoor 3D
  • Advanced Geospatial Applications for Smart Cities and Regions (SmartGeoApps)
  • Semantic Scene Analysis and 3D Reconstruction from Images and Image Sequences (Semantics3D)
  • International Workshop on Advances in SAR: Constellations, Signal processing, and Applications (SarCon)
  • Workshop on Collaborative Crowdsourced Cloud Mapping and Geospatial Big Data (C3M&GBD)
  • Joint European Calibration and Orientation Workshop and Workshop on Multi-sensor Systems for 3D Mapping and Navigation (EuroCOW-M3DMaN)
  • Hyperspectral Sensing meets Machine Learning and Pattern Analysis (HyperMLPA)
  • International Workshop on Image and Data Fusion (IWIDF)
  • Workshop on Planetary Remote Sensing and Mapping (PRSM)
  • Workshop on Cryosphere and Hydrosphere for Global Change Studies (CHGCS)

Many of these workshops are the next edition in well-established series of workshops convened in the past. The workshops will provide excellent opportunities to present and discuss the latest developments in the ISPRS fields of sensors, photogrammetry, remote sensing, and spatial information sciences.

ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019

The venue of the Geospatial Week will be the heart of the green campus of the University of Twente. Next to large modern lecture rooms and ample space for the exhibition and poster sessions inside the building, the direct environment also offers great possibilities for demonstrations of outdoor mapping systems, including UAV flights on a nearby field.

Participants will be able to register for any number of days and join any of the workshops offered on those days. Registration and paper submission will both be handled through ConfTool, which has now been adopted as the standard for all ISPRS events. Next to the programme booklet, we will also offer the conference app Conference4me to access the whole Geospatial Week programme on your phone.

For further information on the dates and terms of references of the workshops, paper submission, registration, travel, and accommodation, please check


Lena Halounová      

Message from the Secretary General

2018 is the year of ISPRS Symposia. One can say that it is a year of reviewing ISPRS members - of their results and preliminary results. The first two Symposia were held in spring - TC III in Beijing in May, and TC II in Riva del Garda in June.

TC III Symposium had the highest number of participants of all ISPRS Symposia ever. The careful preparation from Jie Jiang, TC III President, and Ahmed Shaker, TC III Vice President, was highly appreciated not only by Council, but by the many participants. The older generation would remember the venue from the 2008 Congress, situated close to the Olympic Park in Beijing - the Bird Nest Stadium and other sport venues in the park.

The following symposium was organised by TC II - Fabio Remondino, President, and Takashi Fuse, Vice President. Photogrammetry always attracts many participants. This year was not an exception. The beautiful venue alongside the northern part of the Lago di Garda lake, at the foot of the Italian Alps, created an excellent setting for the meeting.

However, ISPRS has not quite reached the zenith of its Symposia year. We still have three planned for autumn.

The first in line will be that of Technical Commission IV - Spatial Information Science. The Commission President, Sisi Zlatanova, Vice-President, Suzana Dragicevic and Secretary, George Sithole, will host us at TU Delft, from October 1 - 5.

Spatial information science has been growing incredibly quickly all over the world thanks to the amazingly high number of users. A lot of these users support the many producers of wide software types to create new Apps. Many of them use geolocation, crowd processing and an array of other tools which are analysed by ISPRS members. I believe that ISPRS will play an important role in the basic research of this vast area, the area of spatial information science. Therefore I would like to encourage not only authors whose submissions were accepted to the Symposium programme to attend, but also those who would like to enlarge their knowledge, find new ideas and topics from presentations and from discussions during coffee breaks and the social events of the Symposium.

Delft is a pretty fairy tale city, with its historical houses and narrow channels, made famous by the local painter, Vermeer.

Technical Commission I - Sensor Systems - invites you to Karlsruhe to its Symposium (9 - 12 October) just the week after the TC IV Symposium. The TC I President, Stefan Hinz, Vice-President, Raul Feitosa, and Secretary Boris Jutzi have been working to prepare an interesting meeting for “technologically” oriented scientists and users. Looking at the rapid development of the technological equipment used for our data collection and processing during the last few years, one wonders what will be presented in two years (the ISPRS 2020 Congress year), in six years, or in 20 years. I am not sure you will find the answers at the Symposium, but I am sure you will get a great overview of the present state, and of the scientific research behind it all.

The Symposium takes place in a beautiful German city built on a “green meadow” surrounding a castle constructed in 1715, which makes it exceptional in the world. The photo at the Symposium web site is attractive, isn’t it?

The final Symposium is that of Technical Commission V organised by the President, A. Senthil Kumar, Vice-President P.L.N. Raju, and Secretary, S.P. Aggarwal. Education and Outreach, the name of the Commission, should accompany us throughout our lives. Schools and universities open doors to our lives, to our understanding of ourselves, to literature, history, … and the Earth which is the only place we can live, at least up to now. I am looking forward to news on efficient ways for education and of sharing knowledge, and…. it is like a symbol for ISPRS and its Symposia - to have the education Symposium last. It can be interpreted as an overview and recommendation on how to enlarge the community of our science, how to improve our teaching, and how to help the younger generation embrace our message for a better and safer future for all of us.

Held in Dehradun in India, a pretty city at the bottom of Himalayas with a more than 2000-year old history, the Symposium, from November 20 - 23, will host not only scientific sessions, but also a very interesting IPAC session with top speakers from all over the world.


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The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) News

The ISPRS Foundation


TIF Travel Grants

Travel grants to attend the Technical Commission II Symposium in Riva del Garda, from June 4-7, were given to:

First name Last name Country of citizenship Country of residency
Yaping Lin China Netherlands
Salma Makuti Tanzania Tanzania
Fengman Jia China Canada
Yustisi Lumban-Gaol Indonesia Indonesia
Georgia Kontogianni Greece Greece
Aldino Rizaldy Indonesia Netherlands
Yi-Chou Lu Taiwan Taiwan

The deadline for applications for TIF travel grants to assist young scientists, particularly those whose papers have been accepted, to attend the ISPRS Symposium in Dehradun, India, in November this year is September 30. The application form is available here .

Reports from Travel Grant Recipients - Technical Commission III Symposium in Beijing
Following their attendance at the Technical Commission III Symposium in Beijing, China, from May 7-10, 2018, grant recipients submitted the below reports:
a. TIF grant report by Peng Jia
b. TIF grant report by Varsha Pandey
c. The ISPRS Symposium 2018 Experience by Vijendra Singh Bramhe
d. The ISPRS Symposium 2018 Experience by Rashmi Saini
e. My Experiences at the ISPRS Commission III Symposium by Surabuddin Mondal

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Society News



Call for Proposals – ISPRS Scientific Initiatives 2019

In accordance with the statutory mission and activities of ISPRS, the Society shall provide funds to support scientific and other initiatives, which will further improve its international status in the field of the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences, and will therefore benefit all ISPRS members.

For 2019, the ISPRS Council is making up to SFr. 60,000 available to support new scientific initiatives. The maximum funding assigned to any one scientific project shall be SFr. 10,000 per annum. Projects should commence on January 1, 2019 and typically last up to 12 months. In exceptional cases, applications for projects lasting up to 24 months will be considered. Projects of greater than one-year duration will be subject to annual review before subsequent funding will be released.

ISPRS Working Group Officers are invited to submit applications to their respective Technical Commission President by the deadline below, using the template provided (download the template here as MS-Word / PDF). The submission must be compiled in one PDF document. Further details, including information on the topics and the application process, are available in Appendix 9 of the Orange Book at:

All applications will be reviewed based on the following criteria:

  • Topic and objectives
  • Scientific method and/or contribution
  • Value to ISPRS (e.g., enhancing ISPRS reputation or promoting ISPRS)
  • Quality of proposal
  • Budget

Any queries should be addressed to the ISPRS Treasurer, Songnian Li, at

  • Deadline for submission of proposals from WG Officers to TCPs: November 1, 2018.
  • Deadline for submission of recommendation from TCPs to ISPRS Treasurer: November 19, 2018.
  • Announcement of successful awards by Council: December 15, 2018.
  • Funding available from: January 1, 2019.




Scientific Initiatives 2017 Project Reports

The reports of all projects funded by Scientific Initiatives 2017 are now available on the ISPRS website. As part of the funding requirements, each funded project is required to submit a final report to present the detailed outcomes of the project as well as a brief summary of the project expenses. To access these reports, please visit


Student Consortium

ISPRS Student Consortium

      IEEE/GRSS-Young Professionals & ISPRS WG V/5 and SC Summer School

IEEE/GRSS-Young Professionals & ISPRS WG V/5 and SC Summer School

This is the fourth edition of the event so called “IEEE/GRSS-Young Professionals & ISPRS WG V/5 and SC Summer School”, which will be held on October 29 - November 1, 2018 in Campo Grande, MS, Brazil, with the theme: UAV Photogrammetry and Machine Learning Applications: Emerging Trends and Challenges for Earth Observation.

Further details are available in


General Announcements


Hyper-urbanisation boosts mobile mapping market growth bar

The global mobile mapping market is estimated to grow with 21,3% per year to reach a stunning $39.8 billion by 2022. Substantial growth can be expected in North America and Europe, but the Asia-Pacific region will grow the fastest of all, due to the hyper-urbanisation that is currently underway across the region. Industry specialist Geomares has analysed their user data and behaviour and found a stunning increase of 250% in mobile mapping enquiries. The number of mobile mapping systems on their online product platform Geo-matching has grown with a stunning 325% in the last three years. On top of that, their latest GIM International readers survey indicated that 20% of geospatial companies is expecting to plan on investing in mobile mapping systems. Mobile mapping technology is on the rise worldwide and offers lots of opportunities for companies in both the geospatial- and related industries!

The full report can be found at:



Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Awards 2018

On 15 July during the 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly in Pasadena, CA, USA, the COSPAR 2018 Awards were given to scientists for outstanding and distinguished contributions, in recognition of extraordinary services, for distinguished pioneering contributions, and to young scientists for excellence and achievements.

As a member of ICSU, ISPRS Council congratulates all awardees and wishes them further success in the future.

Read the complete citations and a brief description of COSPAR here…



New Cloud-based Software-as-a-Service Platform
bar - is an Amazon cloud-based Software-as-a-Service platform which provides a possibility to work with the 3rd party geospatial software on a very affordable pay-per-hour basis.
The platform offers dozens of pre-installed and ready to use commercial and Open Source geospatial software, and unlimited computer and storage power.

It also provides a simple way for self-installation, testing and working with your software in the (Amazon cloud-based) environment.
Visit and explore its capabilities. 



EARSeL elects new Bureau and New National Representatives to Council

During the 38th EARSeL Annual Symposium, which took place at the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania, Crete, Greece from 9-12 July 2018, the General Assembly approved a new Council for the 2018 - 20 period.

Read the report here… 


International Science Council      

ISC - International Science Council created as the Result of a Merger between the International Council for Science (ICSU) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC)

In a historic meeting, the International Council for Science (ICSU) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC) merged to form the International Science Council, a unique global non-governmental organization representative of both the natural and social sciences. The meeting held in Paris, on 4 July 2018, opened with addresses from Catherine Brechignac, Secretaire Perpetuel of the French Academy of Sciences, and Prince Albert II. of Monaco. In her speech, Brechignac, who is a former President of ICSU, emphasised that the “natural sciences should no longer dictate the Earth system sciences research agenda, social sciences should be at least as important.”

Read the complete article here…

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UN Decade of Ocean Science      

Update on the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development – July 2018
from Julian BARBIÈRE
Head, Marine Policy and Regional Coordination Section & UN Decade Focal Point, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO


Read the update, including a call for nominations to establish an Executive Planning Group (EPG) as one of the core mechanism for drafting the Decade Implementation Plan and to deliver the activities foreseen in the preparatory phase (2018-2020) here…

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Announcements of Scientific Meetings                (see also ISPRS Calendar)


SPIE Europe’s Remote Sensing symposium
10 – 13 September 2018
ESTREL Congress Centre
Berlin, Germany




ISPRS TC IV Symposium 3D Spatial Information Science - The Engine of Change
October 1-5, 2018
Delft, The Netherlands


Objectives of the TC IV Symposium are:

  • To promote and advance 3D aspects of modelling, visualisation and simulation
  • To examine and evaluate the state of the art in all aspects of 3D modelling, analysis and visualisation
  • To bring together research and developments conducted in the 10 working groups

For further information please contact us at:
E-mail ISPRS:
E-mail Geo Delft 2018:
Conference Websites:,



ISPRS TC I Midterm Symposium Innovative Sensing - From Sensors to Methods and Applications
October 10-12, 2018
Karlsruhe, Germany


The main topics of the TC I Symposium are:

  • Innovative and integrated UAS-oriented sensor and (small) platform concepts
  • Systems and methods for terrestrial and mobile mapping in complex indoor and outdoor environments
  • Small and low-cost active sensing (micro-LIDAR and -RADAR sensors)
  • Design and realization of sensors and constellations for digital aerial and spaceborne missions for Earth observation
  • Geometric and radiometric properties, quality standards, and factors affecting data quality
  • Benchmark definition, calibration and evaluation of imaging and non-optical imaging sensors
  • Integrated platform guidance, navigation, direct georeferencing (positioning and orientation) and integrated sensor orientation
  • On-board (pre-)processing and concepts for embedded systems

For further details visit:


Pacific Islands GIS and RS User Conference 2018      

Pacific Islands GIS and RS User Conference 2018 - Transforming Pacific Resources and Infrastructure Management using GIS & RS
26th – 30th November, 2018
USP Japan ICT Auditorium
Suva, Fiji


The Pacific Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) Conference is the capstone event for Pacific GIS & RS experts. It is an event that is held annually, bringing over 200 local, regional and global attendees with special and working interest in the field of Geospatial Science and technology.

More information on conference activities, registration and awards can be found here ….

Read more on PGRSC here



ISPRS TC V Midterm Symposium - Geospatial Technology - Pixel to People
November 20-23, 2018
Dehradun, India


The TC V Symposium will include plenary sessions, technical sessions, tutorials, social activities, exhibitions, etc. and will provide a inter-disciplinary platform for experts, scholars and practitioners to present the latest developments and applications, discuss cutting-edge technologies, exchange research ideas, and promote international collaboration in the field of remote sensing. Around 200 - 300 participants from around the world are expected to join in this international academic event, and you are welcome to meet old friends and create new contacts.

For further information visit


Geospatial World Forum 2019      

Geospatial World Forum 2019
2-4 April 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Geospatial World Forum is a collaborative and interactive platform, which demonstrates collective and shared vision of the global geospatial community. It is an annual gathering of geospatial professionals and leaders representing the entire geospatial ecosystem.

Coming to its 11th edition, Geospatial World Forum has become the most talked about geospatial event, best-known for its futuristic themes, engaging content, and top-level attendees. Back to Europe after 2 years, Geospatial World Forum 2019 is committed to creating a premium platform for geospatial community to learn, share, connect, brand, and network with stakeholders associated with the industry.

The event uses the theme ‘#geospatialbydefault – Empowering billions!’ to demonstrate geospatial technology as ubiquitous, pervasive, and ‘default’ in our daily lives. Some of the topics to be discussed, include:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Big Data
  • Blockchain
  • Cloud
  • Commercialization and Democratization of Earth Observation
  • Data Science
  • Environmental Crime
  • GeoIntelligence
  • Internet of Things
  • Location Analytics and Business Intelligence
  • Post-Disaster Reconstruction
  • Smart Cities
  • Sustainable Development Goals


We encourage ISPRS members to contribute your expertise and participate at the conference. More details are available at


JISDM 2019      

4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring
15-17 May 2019
Athens, Greece


The School of Rural and Surveying Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) is organizing the 4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring (JISDM) in May 15-17, 2019 in Athens.

JISDM carries the 40 year tradition of the FIG and IAG joint symposia in the field of deformation monitoring and more recently the active sponsorship of ISPRS. The symposium aims to connect research in deformation measurement / techniques, analysis and interpretation with advanced practice.

See the invitation here…

Consult the Main Topics of the Symposium and submit your abstract until 16 September, 2018.



3-6 Sep 2019
Prague, Czech Republic


The upcoming conference in September 2019 will demonstrate the last international advances in Geoinformation regarding the Disaster Management.

We are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract and in case of acceptance your paper to this conference. All accepted papers will be published in ISPRS Archives. The ISPRS Archives are listed in the ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) of the Web of Science, SCOPUS, and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

For more information visit:

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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 7, Issue 6 (June 2018)

Current Trends and Challenges in Location-Based Services
Huang, Haosheng, Gartner, Georg
No: 199

Influence of Sample Size on Automatic Positional Accuracy Assessment Methods for Urban Areas
Ariza-López, Francisco J., Ruiz-Lendínez, Juan J., Ureña-Cámara, Manuel A.
No: 200

Examining the Stream Threshold Approaches Used in Hydrologic Analysis
Ozulu, İbrahim Murat, Gökgöz, Türkay
No: 201

Site Selection of Retail Shops Based on Spatial Accessibility and Hybrid BP Neural Network
Wang, Luyao, Fan, Hong, Wang, Yankun
No: 202

A Simple Line Clustering Method for Spatial Analysis with Origin-Destination Data and Its Application to Bike-Sharing Movement Data
He, Biao, Zhang, Yan, Chen, Yu, Gu, Zhihui
No: 203

An Automated Processing Method for Agglomeration Areas
Li, Chengming, Yin, Yong, Liu, Xiaoli, Wu, Pengda
No: 204

The Implications of Field Worker Characteristics and Landscape Heterogeneity for Classification Correctness and the Completeness of Topographical Mapping
Mõisja, Kiira, Uuemaa, Evelyn, Oja, Tõnu
No: 205

Hydrological Modeling with Respect to Impact of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change on the Runoff Dynamics in Godavari River Basin Using the HEC-HMS Model
Koneti, Sunitha, Sunkara, Sri Lakshmi, Roy, Parth Sarathi
No: 206

Mapping Spatiotemporal Patterns and Multi-Perspective Analysis of the Surface Urban Heat Islands across 32 Major Cities in China
Wang, Juan, Meng, Bin, Fu, Dongjie, Pei, Tao, Xu, Chengdong
No: 207

A Moment-Based Shape Similarity Measurement for Areal Entities in Geographical Vector Data
Fu, Zhongliang, Fan, Liang, Yu, Zhiqiang, Zhou, Kaichun
No: 208

Feasibility of the Space–Time Cube in Temporal Cultural Landscape Visualization
Bogucka, Edyta P., Jahnke, Mathias
No: 209

Analyzing Space-Time Dynamics of Theft Rates Using Exchange Mobility
Tang, Yicheng, Zhu, Xinyan, Guo, Wei, Duan, Lian, Wu, Ling
No: 210

Assessment of Groundwater Nitrate Pollution Potential in Central Valley Aquifer Using Geodetector-Based Frequency Ratio (GFR) and Optimized-DRASTIC Methods
Shrestha, Anil, Luo, Wei
No: 211

4D Time Density of Trajectories: Discovering Spatiotemporal Patterns in Movement Data
Zou, Yebin, Chen, Yijin, He, Jing, Pang, Gehu, Zhang, Kaixuan
No: 212

Improving Building Change Detection in VHR Remote Sensing Imagery by Combining Coarse Location and Co-Segmentation
Chen, Jie, Liu, Haifei, Hou, Jialiang, Yang, Minhua, Deng, Min
No: 213

Trend Analysis of Relationship between Primary Productivity, Precipitation and Temperature in Inner Mongolia
Chen, Tianyang, Xie, Yichun, Liu, Chao, Bai, Yongfei, Zhang, Anbing, Mao, Lishen, Fan, Siyu
No: 214

Construction and Optimization of Three-Dimensional Disaster Scenes within Mobile Virtual Reality
Hu, Ya, Zhu, Jun, Li, Weilian, Zhang, Yunhao, Zhu, Qing, Qi, Hua, Zhang, Huixin, Cao, Zhenyu, Yang, Weijun, Zhang, Pengcheng
No: 215

Handling Points of Interest (POIs) on a Mobile Web Map Service Linked to Indoor Geospatial Objects: A Case Study
Kim, Kwangseob, Lee, Kiwon
No: 216

Deep Belief Networks Based Toponym Recognition for Chinese Text
Wang, Shu, Zhang, Xueying, Ye, Peng, Du, Mi
No: 217

A Spatiotemporal Multi-View-Based Learning Method for Short-Term Traffic Forecasting
Cheng, Shifen, Lu, Feng, Peng, Peng, Wu, Sheng
No: 218

Ghost City Extraction and Rate Estimation in China Based on NPP-VIIRS Night-Time Light Data
Ge, Wei, Yang, Hong, Zhu, Xiaobo, Ma, Mingguo, Yang, Yuli
No: 219

HidroMap: A New Tool for Irrigation Monitoring and Management Using Free Satellite Imagery
Piedelobo, Laura, Ortega-Terol, Damián, del Pozo, Susana, Hernández-López, David, Ballesteros, Rocío, Moreno, Miguel A., Molina, José-Luis, González-Aguilera, Diego
No: 220

A Graph Database Model for Knowledge Extracted from Place Descriptions
Chen, Hao, Vasardani, Maria, Winter, Stephan, Tomko, Martin
No: 221

A Citizen Science Approach for Collecting Toponyms
Perdana, Aji Putra, Ostermann, Frank O.
No: 222

SmartEscape: A Mobile Smart Individual Fire Evacuation System Based on 3D Spatial Model
Atila, Umit, Ortakci, Yasin, Ozacar, Kasim, Demiral, Emrullah, Karas, Ismail Rakip
No: 223

A Regional Mapping Method for Oilseed Rape Based on HSV Transformation and Spectral Features
Wang, Dong, Fang, Shenghui, Yang, Zhenzhong, Wang, Lin, Tang, Wenchao, Li, Yucui, Tong, Chunyan
No: 224

Research on a 3D Geological Disaster Monitoring Platform Based on REST Service
Leng, Xiaopeng, Liu, Dunlong, Luo, Junsong, Mei, Zhanyong
No: 226

Metaphor Representation and Analysis of Non-Spatial Data in Map-Like Visualizations
Xin, Rui, Ai, Tinghua, Ai, Bo
No: 225

Multi-Criteria Land Evaluation of Suitability for the Sport of Foot Orienteering: A Case Study of Croatia and Slovenia
Tutić, Dražen, Štanfel, Matjaž, Horvat, Martina Triplat
No: 227

Advanced Sidereal Filtering for Mitigating Multipath Effects in GNSS Short Baseline Positioning
Wang, Minghua, Wang, Jiexian, Dong, Danan, Chen, Wen, Li, Haojun, Wang, Zhiren
No: 228

Automated Orthorectification of VHR Satellite Images by SIFT-Based RPC Refinement
Kartal, Hakan, Alganci, Ugur, Sertel, Elif
No: 229

Uncovering Spatial Inequality in Taxi Services in the Context of a Subsidy War among E-Hailing Apps
Su, Rongxiang, Fang, Zhixiang, Xu, Hong, Huang, Lian
No: 230

Spatial Variability of Local Rural Landscape Change under Rapid Urbanization in Eastern China
Xiao, He, Liu, Yunhui, Li, Liangtao, Yu, Zhenrong, Zhang, Xiaotong
No: 231

A RSSI/PDR-Based Probabilistic Position Selection Algorithm with NLOS Identification for Indoor Localisation
Han, Ke, Xing, Huashuai, Deng, Zhongliang, Du, Yichen
No: 232

Analysis of Thematic Similarity Using Confusion Matrices
García-Balboa, José L., Alba-Fernández, María V., Ariza-López, Francisco J., Rodríguez-Avi, José
No: 233

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New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 7, Issue 7 (July 2018)

3-D Morphological Change Analysis of a Beach with Seagrass Berm Using a Terrestrial Laser Scanner
Corbí, Hugo, Riquelme, Adrian, Megías-Baños, Clara, Abellan, Antonio
No: 234

Method of Constructing Point Generalization Constraints Based on the Cloud Platform
Zhou, Jiemin, Shen, Jie, Yang, Shuai, Yu, Zhenguo, Stanek, Karel, Stampach, Radim
No: 235

Template Matching for Wide-Baseline Panoramic Images from a Vehicle-Borne Multi-Camera Rig
Ji, Shunping, Yu, Dawen, Hong, Yong, Lu, Meng
No: 236

Analysis of Scattering Properties of Continuous Slow-Release Slicks on the Sea Surface Based on Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar
Li, Guannan, Li, Ying, Liu, Bingxin, Hou, Yongchao, Fan, Jianchao
No: 237

A Scalable Architecture for Real-Time Stream Processing of Spatiotemporal IoT Stream Data—Performance Analysis on the Example of Map Matching
Laska, Marius, Herle, Stefan, Klamma, Ralf, Blankenbach, Jörg
No: 238

Efficient Parallel K Best Connected Trajectory (K-BCT) Query with GPGPU: A Combinatorial Min-Distance and Progressive Bounding Box Approach
Li, Jing, Wang, Xuantong, Zhang, Tong, Xu, You
No: 239

CHS Priority Planning Tool (CPPT)—A GIS Model for Defining Hydrographic Survey and Charting Priorities
Chénier, René, Abado, Loretta, Martin, Heather
No: 240

Extraction and Spatial–Temporal Evolution of Urban Fringes: A Case Study of Changchun in Jilin Province, China
Chang, Shouzhi, Jiang, Qigang, Wang, Zongming, Xu, Sujuan, Jia, Mingming
No: 241

Seamless Upscaling of the Field-Measured Grassland Aboveground Biomass Based on Gaussian Process Regression and Gap-Filled Landsat 8 OLI Reflectance
Yin, Gaofei, Li, Ainong, Wu, Chaoyang, Wang, Jiyan, Xie, Qiaoyun, Zhang, Zhengjian, Nan, Xi, Jin, Huaan, Bian, Jinhu, Lei, Guangbin
No: 242

Characterizing Light Pollution Trends across Protected Areas in China Using Nighttime Light Remote Sensing Data
Jiang, Wei, He, Guojin, Leng, Wanchun, Long, Tengfei, Wang, Guizhou, Liu, Huichan, Peng, Yan, Yin, Ranyu, Guo, Hongxiang
No: 243

Shaking Maps Based on Cumulative Absolute Velocity and Arias Intensity: The Cases of the Two Strongest Earthquakes of the 2016–2017 Central Italy Seismic Sequence
Costanzo, Antonio
No: 244

Comic Strip Narratives in Time Geography
Moore, Antoni B., Nowostawski, Mariusz, Frantz, Christopher, Hulbe, Christina
No: 245

Mapping Urban Land Use at Street Block Level Using OpenStreetMap, Remote Sensing Data, and Spatial Metrics
Grippa, Taïs, Georganos, Stefanos, Zarougui, Soukaina, Bognounou, Pauline, Diboulo, Eric, Forget, Yann, Lennert, Moritz, Vanhuysse, Sabine, Mboga, Nicholus, Wolff, Eléonore
No: 246

Distribution Pattern of Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) Dens and Spatial Relationships with Sea Turtle Nests, Recreation, and Environmental Characteristics
Halls, Joanne N., Hill, Jeffery M., Urbanek, Rachael E., Sutton, Hope
No: 247

Spatial Characterization and Mapping of Gated Communities
Silva de Araujo, Agnes, Pereira de Queiroz, Alfredo
No: 248

Vehicle Object Detection in Remote Sensing Imagery Based on Multi-Perspective Convolutional Neural Network
Yang, Chenxi, Li, Wenjing, Lin, Zhiyong
No: 249

Autonomous Point Cloud Acquisition of Unknown Indoor Scenes
González-de Santos, L. M., Díaz-Vilariño, L., Balado, J., Martínez-Sánchez, J., González-Jorge, H., Sánchez-Rodríguez, A.
No: 250

Optical Satellite Image Geo-Positioning with Weak Convergence Geometry
Wu, Yang, Zhang, Yongsheng, Wang, Donghong, Mo, Delin
No: 251

Ex Post Impact Assessment of Master Plans—The Case of Shenzhen in Shaping a Polycentric Urban Structure
Xie, Xiaoping, Hou, Wei, Herold, Hendrik
No: 252

Improving the Quality of Citizen Contributed Geodata through Their Historical Contributions: The Case of the Road Network in OpenStreetMap
Nasiri, Afsaneh, Ali Abbaspour, Rahim, Chehreghan, Alireza, Jokar Arsanjani, Jamal
No: 253

Using GIS for Determining Variations in Health Access in Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia
Murad, Abdulkader
No: 254

Movement-Oriented Objectified Organization and Retrieval Approach for Heterogeneous GeoVideo Data
Wu, Chen, Zhu, Qing, Zhang, Yeting, Xie, Xiao, Qin, Han, Zhou, Yan, Zhang, Pengcheng, Yang, Weijun
No: 255

Relevance Assessment of Crowdsourced Data (CSD) Using Semantics and Geographic Information Retrieval (GIR) Techniques
Koswatte, Saman, McDougall, Kevin, Liu, Xiaoye
No: 256

Hexagon-Based Adaptive Crystal Growth Voronoi Diagrams Based on Weighted Planes for Service Area Delimitation
Wang, Jue, Kwan, Mei-Po
No: 257

Multi-Objective Optimisation Based Planning of Power-Line Grid Expansions
Bachmann, Daniel, Bökler, Fritz, Kopec, Jakob, Popp, Kira, Schwarze, Björn, Weichert, Frank
No: 258

Inferencing Human Spatiotemporal Mobility in Greater Maputo via Mobile Phone Big Data Mining
Batran, Mohamed, Mejia, Mariano Gregorio, Kanasugi, Hiroshi, Sekimoto, Yoshihide, Shibasaki, Ryosuke
No: 259

Measuring Selection Diversity of Emergency Medical Service for Metro Stations: A Case Study in Beijing
Zhang, Zhe, Jia, Limin, Qin, Yong
No: 260

The Influence of the Shape and Size of the Cell on Developing Military Passability Maps
Pokonieczny, Krzysztof, Mościcka, Albina
No: 261

Historical Collaborative Geocoding
Cura, Rémi, Dumenieu, Bertrand, Abadie, Nathalie, Costes, Benoit, Perret, Julien, Gribaudi, Maurizio
No: 262

Mapping Creative Spaces in Omaha, NE: Resident Perceptions versus Creative Firm Locations
Bereitschaft, Bradley
No: 263

Structured Knowledge Base as Prior Knowledge to Improve Urban Data Analysis
Zhang, Ningyu, Deng, Shumin, Chen, Huajun, Chen, Xi, Chen, Jiaoyan, Li, Xiaoqian, Zhang, Yiyi
No: 264

Model of Point Cloud Data Management System in Big Data Paradigm
Pajić, Vladimir, Govedarica, Miro, Amović, Mladen
No: 265

Association Rules-Based Multivariate Analysis and Visualization of Spatiotemporal Climate Data
Wang, Feng, Li, Wenwen, Wang, Sizhe, Johnson, Chris R.
No: 266

GIS Application to Regional Geological Structure Relationship Modelling Considering Semantics
He, Handong, Hu, Di, Lü, Guonian
No: 267

Landslide Susceptibility Assessment at Mila Basin (Algeria): A Comparative Assessment of Prediction Capability of Advanced Machine Learning Methods
Merghadi, Abdelaziz, Abderrahmane, Boumezbeur, Tien Bui, Dieu
No: 268

Geospatial Analysis and the Internet of Things
Kamilaris, Andreas, Ostermann, Frank O.
No: 269

Shared Execution Approach to ε-Distance Join Queries in Dynamic Road Networks
Cho, Hyung-Ju
No: 270

LandQv2: A MapReduce-Based System for Processing Arable Land Quality Big Data
Yao, Xiaochuang, Mokbel, Mohamed F., Ye, Sijing, Li, Guoqing, Alarabi, Louai, Eldawy, Ahmed, Zhao, Zuliang, Zhao, Long, Zhu, Dehai
No: 271

Data Extraction Algorithm for Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) to Estimate the Maximum Economic Damage of Buildings for Economic Impact Assessment of Floods in Flanders, Belgium
Van Ackere, Samuel, Beullens, Jochem, De Wulf, Alain, De Maeyer, Philippe
No: 272

Using High-Performance Computing to Address the Challenge of Land Use/Land Cover Change Analysis on Spatial Big Data
Kang, Xiaochen, Liu, Jiping, Dong, Chun, Xu, Shenghua
No: 273

The Classification of Noise-Afflicted Remotely Sensed Data Using Three Machine-Learning Techniques: Effect of Different Levels and Types of Noise on Accuracy
Boonprong, Sornkitja, Cao, Chunxiang, Chen, Wei, Ni, Xiliang, Xu, Min, Acharya, Bipin Kumar
No: 274

Temporal Variations and Associated Remotely Sensed Environmental Variables of Dengue Fever in Chitwan District, Nepal
Acharya, Bipin Kumar, Cao, Chunxiang, Xu, Min, Khanal, Laxman, Naeem, Shahid, Pandit, Shreejana
No: 275

Design and Implementation of a 4D Web Application for Analytical Visualization of Smart City Applications
Murshed, Syed Monjur, Al-Hyari, Ayah Mohammad, Wendel, Jochen, Ansart, Louise
No: 276

Employing Incremental Outlines for OpenStreetMap Data Updating
Xing, Hanfa, Meng, Yuan, Chen, Jun, Song, Jie, Fan, Kaixuan
No: 277

The Impact of the Parameterisation of Physiographic Features of Urbanised Catchment Areas on the Spatial Distribution of Components of the Water Balance Using the WetSpass Model
Graf, Renata, Jawgiel, Kamil
No: 278

3D WebGIS: From Visualization to Analysis. An Efficient Browser-Based 3D Line-of-Sight Analysis
Auer, Michael, Zipf, Alexander
No: 279

Using Geospatial Analysis and Hydrologic Modeling to Estimate Climate Change Impacts on Nitrogen Export: Case Study for a Forest and Pasture Dominated Watershed in North Carolina
Alam, Md Jahangir, Ercan, Mehmet B., Zahura, Faria Tuz, Goodall, Jonathan L.
No: 280

Using Eye Tracking to Evaluate the Usability of Flow Maps
Dong, Weihua, Wang, Shengkai, Chen, Yizhou, Meng, Liqiu
No: 281

Assessing the Impacts of Streamside Ordinance Protection on the Spatial and Temporal Variability in Urban Riparian Vegetation
Weilert, Trina E., Ji, Wei, Zubair, Opeyemi A.
No: 282

Shape Similarity Assessment Method for Coastline Generalization
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No: 283

Semi-Supervised Classification for Hyperspectral Images Based on Multiple Classifiers and Relaxation Strategy
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Reduction Method for Mobile Laser Scanning Data
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No: 285

Water Level Reconstruction Based on Satellite Gravimetry in the Yangtze River Basin
Fok, Hok Sum, He, Qing
No: 286

Utilizing MapReduce to Improve Probe-Car Track Data Mining
Zheng, Li, Sun, Meng, Luo, Yuejun, Song, Xiangbo, Yang, Chaowei, Hu, Fei, Yu, Manzhu
No: 287

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New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 141 (July 2018)

On the nullspace of TLS multi-station adjustment
Oskar Sterle, Dušan Kogoj, Bojan Stopar, Klemen Kregar
Pages: 1-9

Mapping permafrost landscape features using object-based image classification of multi-temporal SAR images
Lingxiao Wang, Philip Marzahn, Monique Bernier, Ralf Ludwig
Pages: 10-29

A two-step framework for reconstructing remotely sensed land surface temperatures contaminated by cloud
Chao Zeng, Di Long, Huanfeng Shen, Penghai Wu, Yaokui Cui, Yang Hong
Pages: 30-45

ℓ0-based sparse hyperspectral unmixing using spectral information and a multi-objectives formulation
Xia Xu, Zhenwei Shi, Bin Pan
Pages: 46-58

Assessing local climate zones in arid cities: The case of Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada
Chuyuan Wang, Ariane Middel, Soe W. Myint, Shai Kaplan, Anthony J. Brazel, Jonas Lukasczyk
Pages: 59-71

Crowd-sourced pictures geo-localization method based on street view images and 3D reconstruction
Liang Cheng, Yi Yuan, Nan Xia, Song Chen, Yanming Chen, Kang Yang, Lei Ma, Manchun Li
Pages: 72-85

A fully automatic approach to register mobile mapping and airborne imagery to support the correction of platform trajectories in GNSS-denied urban areas
Phillipp Jende, Francesco Nex, Markus Gerke, George Vosselman
Pages: 86-99

Photovoltaic panel extraction from very high-resolution aerial imagery using region–line primitive association analysis and template matching
Min Wang, Qi Cui, Yujie Sun, Qiao Wang
Pages: 100-111

Monitoring height and greenness of non-woody floodplain vegetation with UAV time series
Wimala van Iersel, Menno Straatsma, Elisabeth Addink, Hans Middelkoop
Pages: 112-123

A Regularized Volumetric Fusion Framework for Large-Scale 3D Reconstruction
Asif Rajput, Eugen Funk, Anko Börner, Olaf Hellwich
Pages: 124-136

A review of accuracy assessment for object-based image analysis: From per-pixel to per-polygon approaches
Su Ye, Robert Gilmore Pontius, Rahul Rakshit
Pages: 137-147

Dynamics of the wetland vegetation in large lakes of the Yangtze Plain in response to both fertilizer consumption and climatic changes
Xuejiao Hou, Lian Feng, Xiaoling Chen, Yunlin Zhang
Pages: 148-160

Extracting leaf area index using viewing geometry effects—A new perspective on high-resolution unmanned aerial system photography
Lukas Roth, Helge Aasen, Achim Walter, Frank Liebisch
Pages: 161-175

Detection flying aircraft from Landsat 8 OLI data
F. Zhao, L. Xia, A. Kylling, R.Q. Li, H. Shang, Ming Xu
Pages: 176-184

Spatially adaptive hyperspectral unmixing through endmembers analytical localization based on sums of anisotropic 2D Gaussians
Fadi Kizel, Maxim Shoshany
Pages: 185-207

A light and faster regional convolutional neural network for object detection in optical remote sensing images
Peng Ding, Ye Zhang, Wei-Jian Deng, Ping Jia, Arjan Kuijper
Pages: 208-218

Geostatistical modelling of spatial dependence in area-class occurrences for improved object-based classifications of remote-sensing images
Yunwei Tang, Jingxiong Zhang, Linhai Jing, Han Gao
Pages: 219-236

Exploring geo-tagged photos for land cover validation with deep learning
Hanfa Xing, Yuan Meng, Zixuan Wang, Kaixuan Fan, Dongyang Hou
Pages: 237-251

A scale-invariant change detection method for land use/cover change research
Jin Xing, Renee Sieber, Terrence Caelli
Pages: 252-264

Adaptive stopping criterion for top-down segmentation of ALS point clouds in temperate coniferous forests
Nina Amiri, Przemyslaw Polewski, Marco Heurich, Peter Krzystek, Andrew K. Skidmore
Pages: 265-274

Linear SFM: A hierarchical approach to solving structure-from-motion problems by decoupling the linear and nonlinear components
Liang Zhao, Shoudong Huang, Gamini Dissanayake
Pages: 275-289

The U. V. Helava Award – Best Paper Volumes 123-134 (2017)

Pages: 290


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 142 (August 2018)

Digital aerial photogrammetry for assessing cumulative spruce budworm defoliation and enhancing forest inventories at a landscape-level
Tristan R.H. Goodbody, Nicholas C. Coops, Txomin Hermosilla, Piotr Tompalski, Grant McCartney, David A. MacLean
Pages: 1-11

Development of a novel simplification mask for multi-shot optical scanners
Ali Abzal, Mohammad Saadatseresht, Masood Varshosaz
Pages: 12-20

CCD distortion calibration without accurate ground control data for pushbroom satellites
Yonghua Jiang, Zihao Cui, Guo Zhang, Jingyin Wang, Miaozhong Xu, Yanbin Zhao, Yi Xu
Pages: 21-26

A new on-orbit geometric self-calibration approach for the high-resolution multi-linear array optical satellite based on stereoscopic image pairs
Mi Wang, Yufeng Cheng, Luxiao He, Yuan Tian, Yanli Wang
Pages: 27-37

4D surface kinematics monitoring through terrestrial radar interferometry and image cross-correlation coupling
Niccolò Dematteis, Daniele Giordan, Francesco Zucca, Guido Luzi, Paolo Allasia
Pages: 38-50

A novel spectrum enhancement technique for multi-temporal, multi-spectral data using spatial-temporal filtering
Hessah Albanwan, Rongjun Qin
Pages: 51-63

An improved temporal mixture analysis unmixing method for estimating impervious surface area based on MODIS and DMSP-OLS data
Li Zhuo, Qingli Shi, Haiyan Tao, Jing Zheng, Qiuping Li
Pages: 64-77

Multi-temporal, multi-frequency, and multi-polarization coherence and SAR backscatter analysis of wetlands
Fariba Mohammadimanesh, Bahram Salehi, Masoud Mahdianpari, Brian Brisco, Mahdi Motagh
Pages: 78-93

Burned area estimations derived from Landsat ETM+ and OLI data: Comparing Genetic Programming with Maximum Likelihood and Classification and Regression Trees
Ana I.R. Cabral, Sara Silva, Pedro C. Silva, Leonardo Vanneschi, Maria J. Vasconcelos
Pages: 94-105

A deep learning approach to DTM extraction from imagery using rule-based training labels
C.M. Gevaert, C. Persello, F. Nex, G. Vosselman
Pages: 106-123

Optical models for remote sensing of chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) absorption in Poyang Lake
Jian Xu, Chaoyang Fang, Dan Gao, Hongsheng Zhang, Chen Gao, Zhichao Xu, Yeqiao Wang
Pages: 124-136

An empirical comparison of interpolation methods for MODIS 8-day land surface temperature composites across the conterminous Unites States
Timothy Pede, Giorgos Mountrakis
Pages: 137-150

Intra-annual phenology for detecting understory plant invasion in urban forests
Kunwar K. Singh, Yin-Hsuen Chen, Lindsey Smart, Josh Gray, Ross K. Meentemeyer
Pages: 151-161

A supervised approach for simultaneous segmentation and classification of remote sensing images
Daniel Capella Zanotta, Maciel Zortea, Matheus Pinheiro Ferreira
Pages: 162-173

Detecting newly grown tree leaves from unmanned-aerial-vehicle images using hyperspectral target detection techniques
Chinsu Lin, Shih-Yu Chen, Chia-Chun Chen, Chia-Huei Tai
Pages: 174-189

Comprehensive assessment of four-parameter diurnal land surface temperature cycle models under clear-sky
Falu Hong, Wenfeng Zhan, Frank-M. Göttsche, Zihan Liu, Ji Zhou, Fan Huang, Jiameng Lai, Manchun Li
Pages: 190-204

A local phase based invariant feature for remote sensing image matching
Yuanxin Ye, Jie Shan, Siyuan Hao, Lorenzo Bruzzone, Yao Qin
Pages: 205-221

Hierarchical motion consistency constraint for efficient geometrical verification in UAV stereo image matching
San Jiang, Wanshou Jiang
Pages: 222-242

Mapping water-logging damage on winter wheat at parcel level using high spatial resolution satellite data
Weiwei Liu, Jingfeng Huang, Chuanwen Wei, Xiuzhen Wang, Lamin R. Mansaray, Jiahui Han, Dongdong Zhang, Yaoliang Chen
Pages: 243-256

Comparison of high-density LiDAR and satellite photogrammetry for forest inventory
Grant D. Pearse, Jonathan P. Dash, Henrik J. Persson, Michael S. Watt
Pages: 257-267

Satellite derived photogrammetric bathymetry
Matúš Hodúl, Stephen Bird, Anders Knudby, René Chénier
Pages: 268-277

Three-point-based solution for automated motion parameter estimation of a multi-camera indoor mapping system with planar motion constraint
Fangning He, Ayman Habib
Pages: 278-291

The effects of imperfect reference data on remote sensing-assisted estimators of land cover class proportions
Ronald E. McRoberts, Stephen V. Stehman, Greg C. Liknes, Erik Næsset, Christophe Sannier, Brian F. Walters
Pages: 292-300

Airborne LiDAR intensity banding: Cause and solution
Wai Yeung Yan, Ahmed Shaker
Pages: 301-310

ICARE-VEG: A 3D physics-based atmospheric correction method for tree shadows in urban areas
K.R.M. Adeline, X. Briottet, X. Ceamanos, T. Dartigalongue, J.-P. Gastellu-Etchegorry
Pages: 311-327

Scalable non-rigid registration for multi-view stereo data
Gianpaolo Palma, Tamy Boubekeur, Fabio Ganovelli, Paolo Cignoni
Pages: 328-341

Editorial to theme section on UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
John Trinder, Sisi Zlatanova, Jie Jian
Pages: 342-343

Hyperspectral image classification via a random patches network
Yonghao Xu, Bo Du, Fan Zhang, Liangpei Zhang
Pages: 344-357

Physical resources assessment in a semi-arid watershed: An integrated methodology for sustainable land use planning
Karuppusamy Balasubramani
Pages: 358-379

Slavery from Space: Demonstrating the role for satellite remote sensing to inform evidence-based action related to UN SDG number 8
Doreen S. Boyd, Bethany Jackson, Jessica Wardlaw, Giles M. Foody, Stuart Marsh, Kevin Bales
Pages: 380-388

Geoinformatics for the conservation and promotion of cultural heritage in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Wen Xiao, Jon Mills, Gabriele Guidi, Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, Sara Gonizzi Barsanti, Diego González-Aguilera
Pages: 389-406


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