ISPRS e-Bulletin: December 2019

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 5 - 2019


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Laurent Polidori      

Dear colleagues,

If you attend the next ISPRS Congress, high-level communications will be offered during the technical sessions, but do not miss the opportunity to attend the parallel forum track and participate in one of the six fora that will be organized to address the interactions between science, public organizations, industry and decision-makers on hot topics of the geospatial community.

Each forum will be a discussion meeting at the interface between science and society on topics for which the photogrammetry and remote sensing community (ISPRS) can inspire political and industrial decision making. The forum is not the main place to present scientific innovations (which is the scope of the technical sessions organized by the ISPRS commissions) but the good place to address the impact of innovations and the role our community could play in this changing context for « building a better future together » by providing collective visions and/or roadmaps.

Six fora are scheduled during the Congress, dedicated to a variety of topics such as the role of Space, Mapping and Cadastral Agencies, Earth observation for disaster management and climate change mitigation, Geotechnologies for tracking progress towards the sustainable development goals, Openness and Innovation in Geomatics and Earth Observation, smart cities and mobilities, autonomous navigation, cultural heritage, etc. They will be the subject of intense and inspiring presentations and panel discussions mixing experts from various levels and communities.

Each forum will lead to a written synthesis of the views and recommendations of the ISPRS community concerning the respective topics. The output documents will be collected and organized by the International Policy Advisory Committee (IPAC) to help ISPRS to fully play its role as a scientific society in a complex world by providing roadmaps for the next term.

We invite you to read the programme of the forum track on the Congress website very soon, and we look forward to your active participation in these discussions on the benefits of photogrammetry and remote sensing to society.

Laurent Polidori
Congress Vice-Director, Forum Track Coordinator



The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) News

The ISPRS Foundation


TIF Travel Grants for XXIV ISPRS Congress

TIF Travel Grants for XXIV ISPRS Congress
TIF grants will be offered to enable young authors, and officially designated Delegates, especially from developing countries, to participate in the XXIV ISPRS Congress ISPRS, to be held in Nice, France, in June 2020.
Watch out for announcements to come on the Congress, TIF and ISPRS websites in 2020.




TIF Travel Grant Reports

Many recipients of TIF Travel grants have once again submitted reports on their experience attending ISPRS events which can be read below:

27th International CIPA Symposium

  1. The ISPRS Foundation Travel Grant Report for Attending 27th International CIPA Symposium
    by Lourdes María Yero Paneque
  2. ISPRS Travel Grant Receiver Report
    by Francesco Di Stefano
  3. CIPA conference in Avila, Spain
    by Aikaterini Mitropoulou
  4. Report on experiences & benefits at 27th International Symposium of CIPA “Documenting the past for a better future” in Avila, Spain from 1-5 September 2019
    by Georgia Kontogianni



  1. PIA19+MRSS19 Munich Remote Sensing Symposium 2019
    by Mabel Ximena Ortega Adarme
  2. PIA & MRSS 2019 Travel Grant Receiver Report
    by Guang-Je Tsai
  3. My participation in the PIA conference
    by Pedro Juan Soto Vega
  4. PIA+MRSS 19
    by Jorge Andres Chamorro Martinez
  5. The privilege to present my thesis work
    by Tal Bauman


GSW 2019

  1. Report on The ISPRS Geospatial Week (GSW) 2019 in Enschede, Netherlands
    by Anastasia Zharkova
  2. Thank you for The ISPRS Foundation and ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019 organizers
    by Ruli Andaru
  3. ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
    by Manh Van Nguyen
  4. ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
    by Guilherme Gomes Pessoa
  5. ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
    by Luiz Eduardo Christovam
  6. TIF Travel Grant Report – ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
    by Renato César dos Santos
  7. TIF Travel Grant Report – ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
    by Enkhjargal Natsagdorj
  8. Report on experiences in the Laser Scanning Workshop at the Geospatial Week 2019 in Enschede
    by Katharina Anders



Society News



Bids and Nominations for the ISPRS period 2020 - 2024

Council welcomes

Ordinary Members in good standings who consider themselves in a position to fulfil the requirements of the respective positions, should send the necessary documents to the Secretary General’s office at least four months prior to the beginning of Congress.
For further information please contact Lena Halounová at





Automatic plagiarism check for all ISPRS proceedings

In the recent past, plagiarism has also reached ISPRS. In a number of cases, papers published in ISPRS proceedings had to be withdrawn after publication for this reason. In order to avoid the unpleasant circumstances accompanying such a withdrawal process in the future and to encourage authors to show an ethical publication behaviour, ISPRS will provide an automatic plagiarism check for proceedings papers. The process was developed together with our publisher Copernicus GmbH and will use the software iThenticate, employed for detecting plagiarisms in many scientific contributions worldwide. The service will be implemented for all ISPRS events producing Annals and /or Archive publications for which the contract between the event organiser and Copernicus GmbH is signed after Dec. 31,2019. The cost will be an additional 1,50 € excl. VAT per paper.

Papers submitted to the Annals will be transferred to Copernicus directly after the full-paper to be reviewed is submitted, i.e. prior to the full-paper review. In contrast to this, for an Archive submission, the final camera-ready paper is checked. The results of the check are made available to the programme committee chair of the event. In case of suspicion of plagiarism, he/she will contact the author(s) and ask for an explanation. If the doubts persist, the programme committee and the ISPRS Secretary General are to be notified, who will take a final decision about the paper; see also Appendix 4 of the Orange Book,

In this way we hope to maintain the high level of quality of the ISPRS proceedings publications. We also hope this new service is accepted by both the ISPRS event organisers and the authors of our proceedings as another step to increase the value of their publication.

by Christian Heipke




ISPRS Best Young Author Award at Nice Congress

In order to attract more high quality papers from young researchers, Council has decided to award two (instead of one) young authors per Technical Commission, as sole or 1st author of papers accepted for oral presentation at Congress.

The deadline for submissions, to be sent to the Congress Director,, is 1 February 2020.

Read the Terms of Reference here...


ISPRS Journal


Survey Invitation - Share your thoughts on the potential transition of the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing to a Gold Open Access publication

Following industry trends, ISPRS is investigating the potential transition of the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from a subscription-based model to Gold Open Access. Note that the ISPRS Journal of Geo-Information is already and Open Access publication. To better understand the authors’ perspective and to better access the opinion of the publishing community, the ISPRS Council, jointly with the publisher, Elsevier, have decided to run a survey. Authors who have submitted a paper to the journal in the past two years will be directly invited to take part in the survey by Elsevier. However, the ISPRS community at large are also invited to take part in this process.

To complete to the survey, please go to Note, to avoid repeated submissions, it is only possible to access the link once.





New ISPRS Sustaining Members

Council is pleased to inform the community of three new ISPRS Sustaining members:

HySpex, Norsk Elektro Optikk, Norway
HySpex are high-performance and versatile hyperspectral cameras for applications - ranging from UAV/airborne to field, lab and industrial use of imaging spectroscopy. HySpex operate in the 0.4–2.5μm wavelength range with industry-leading performance, providing scientific-grade quality to our industry, academic, government and defense partners. HySpex is part of Norsk Elektro Optikk AS (NEO), a privately-owned Norwegian company focused on high-end research within the field of electro-optics.

For more information please visit


Beijing PIESAT Information Technology Co., Ltd., China

is a high-tech enterprise specializing in research and application of satellite technology (Remote sensing satellite and Navigation satellite). Founded in 2008, PIESAT keeps on providing professional services and applications of satellite technology as its mission.

PIESAT has independently developed software of Pixel Information Expert (PIE), offering its clients integrated solution of geospatial information application.

For more information, read here… or visit


Geoscience and Digital Earth Centre (INSTeG), UTM, Malaysia

As a centre of excellence, INSTeG practices integrative and collaborative research which involves multi-disciplinary teams, knowledge and networking at national and international levels. Motivation, zeal and high level of research integrity are imperative and related to ethical values to reach really excellent outcomes. In the field of geospatial science and technology, INSTeG conducts research, provides consultancy and offers an educational program to national and international students.

Read more here or visit





Two Student Consortium Awards introduced

Together with Council, the ISPRS Student Consortium has established two new awards.

The ISPRS Student Consortium Best Paper Award commends students and young researchers for publishing outstanding papers in any ISPRS publication, such as journals, Annals, and Archives. Nominations can be sent to the Student Consortium President,, by 1 February 2020.

The ISPRS Student Consortium Service Award recognizes an individual who has rendered exceptional contributions to the Consortium during an ISPRS Congress term.

Nominations can be sent to the ISPRS Secretary General,, by 1 February 2020.

Both awards will be first given at the Nice Congress.
Read the Award Regulations here…



General Announcements

GEO logo      

EuroSDR Educational Service 2020

The 18th series of EuroSDR e-learning courses will open on 2 and 3 March 2020 with a pre-course seminar hosted by IGN France and Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques (ENSG). The seminar will take place at the ENSG premises, Marne-la-Vallée, France. The goal of the seminar is to (i) introduce the topics and content of four e-learning courses; (ii) help to create and strengthen professional networks among the participants, tutors and EuroSDR representatives. The seminar is followed with four e-learning courses. Each course requires about thirty hours of online study and it is completed over a period of two weeks during spring 2020.

For more information see here…


Close-Range Photogrammetry and 3D Imaging      

Revised and Updated "Close-Range Photogrammetry and 3D Imaging" Textbook published

The third completely revised and updated edition of the textbook "Close-Range Photogrammetry and 3D Imaging" by Thomas Luhmann, Stuart Robson, Stephen Kyle and Jan Boehm has just been published by de Gruyter Verlag. (see also for Amazon)
Book size: 822 pages, 700 figures, full colour
Non-binding retail price: EUR 95.95/ USD 114.99 / GBP 91.00.


Group on Earth Observations      

GEO and Google Earth Engine Call

GEO and Google Earth Engine announce a call to action for projects to monitor the pulse of our planet.

Dear colleagues,

Shared data means everything to Earth observation researchers. If we hope to solve global problems such as climate change, open data is at the heart of finding answers. Sharing is at the heart of GEO’s latest call to action.

In partnership with Google, GEO will select 25 project proposals to receive licenses for Google Earth Engine, to be used to tackle significant societal challenges and improve understanding of our planet.

Google is providing these licenses, valued at US$3 million, to broaden the use of Earth observation data. In keeping with GEO's goal of promoting openly shared data, we require that the chosen projects offer the results of their work to the open science community, including code, algorithms, datasets and results.

Big data from openly available Earth observations offers a wealth of opportunities for the open science community to produce new research and applications, since these datasets supply critical, objective information about the world’s oceans, forests, and key biodiversity indicators. All of these represent vital signs regarding the health of our Earth’s ecosystems and will help measure the pulse of the planet.

More details can be found on the website here.

If you’re interested in proposing your project for a free Earth Engine license, please submit your proposal via this Application Form to by March 15, 2020.


The GEO Secretariat


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Announcements of Scientific Meetings                (see also ISPRS Calendar)


9th EARSeL Workshop Land Ice and Snow

Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland
3–5 February 2020


Open for registration
Early bird registration: until 15 December 2019




Eighth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geo-Information of the Environment, RSCy2020

16–18 March, 2020
Paphos, Cyprus



Joint EARSeL Workshop "Earth Observation for sustainable cities and communities"

Val Benoit - Génie Civil Quai Banning 6, 4000 Liège, BELGIUM
26–28 May 2020

Call for Papers
Early bird registration: until 30 March 2020
Abstract submission: until 12 December 2019


Event Reports


3rd international Summer School on Close-range Sensing Techniques in Alpine Terrain

Obergurgl, Austria
June 2019
by Martin Rutzinger


Read the report here… 



SAR Summer School at Makerere University

Kampala, Uganda
22 – 24 July 2019
by Anthony Gidudu

Read the report here… 



ISPRS Student Consortium Summer School

Makerere University, Kamapala, Uganda
22 – 24 July 2019
by Charles Jjuuko

Read the report here… 



ISPRS SC Summer School in Wroclaw: Geospatial technologies for natural environment management and monitoring

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST), Poland
26 – 30 August 2019
by Mustafa Üstüner and Rebecca Collins

Read the report here… 



Architecture & Environment Laboratory – AE LAB 1

Florence, Italy
11–13 September 2019

Read the report here… 



Asian Conference on Remote Sensing (ACRS 2019) Student Activities and ISPRS SC Summer School

Daejeon, South Korea
14 – 18 October 2019
by Sheryl Rose Reyes

Read the report here… 



2019 ISPRS Workshop on Remote Sensing and Synergic Analysis on Atmospheric Environment

25 – 27 October 2019
Nanjing, China
by Kai Qin

Read the report here… 



SERFA 2019: Remote Sensing Applications for Defense and the ISPRS Student Consortium and IEEE Geosciences and Remote Sensing Society - Young Professionals Summer School

Sorocaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil
10 – 14 November 2019
by Sheryl Rose Reyes

Read the report here… 



The ISPRS White Elephant Club at the ICGBD

Guilin, China
15 – 17 November 2019
by Armin Gruen

Read the report here… 


ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal

ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal      

Special Issue of International Journal of Geo-Information - GIS in Healthcare

Authors are invited to submit original scientific papers on the application of geospatial technologies in healthcare for this Special Issue of the International Journal of Geo-Information. Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2020
Read more here...


New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 8, Issue 9 (September 2019)

Template-Based 3D Road Modeling for Generating Large-Scale Virtual Road Network Environment
Zhang, Xuequan, Zhong, Ming, Liu, Shaobo, Zheng, Luoheng, Chen, Yumin
No: 364

Adapted Rules for UML Modelling of Geospatial Information for Model-Driven Implementation as OWL Ontologies
Jetlund, Knut, Onstein, Erling, Huang, Lizhen
No: 365

Short-Term Prediction of Bus Passenger Flow Based on a Hybrid Optimized LSTM Network
Han, Yong, Wang, Cheng, Ren, Yibin, Wang, Shukang, Zheng, Huangcheng, Chen, Ge
No: 366

Application of Remote Sensing Data for Evaluation of Rockfall Potential within a Quarry Slope
Robiati, Carlo, Eyre, Matt, Vanneschi, Claudio, Francioni, Mirko, Venn, Adam, Coggan, John
No: 367

WOF-SWAT: A Web-Based Open-Source Framework for Investigating the Hydrological Impacts of Climate Change and Human Activities Through Online Simulation and Visualization of SWAT Models
Zhang, Dejian, Fu, Wenjie, Lin, Qiaoying, Chen, Xingwei
No: 368

Using Intelligent Clustering to Implement Geometric Computation for Electoral Districting
Hung, Ying-Che, Chen, Liang-Yü
No: 369

Distributed Processing of Location-Based Aggregate Queries Using MapReduce
Huang, Yuan-Ko
No: 370

Traffic Accident Spatial Simulation Modeling for Planning of Road Emergency Services
Naboureh, Amin, Feizizadeh, Bakhtiar, Naboureh, Abbas, Bian, Jinhu, Blaschke, Thomas, Ghorbanzadeh, Omid, Moharrami, Meisam
No: 371

Leading Progress in Digital Terrain Analysis and Modeling
Sofia, Giulia, Eltner, Anette, Nikolopoulos, Efthymios, Crosby, Christopher
No: 372

A PDF Tile Model for Geographic Map Data
Zhou, Xiaodong, Ai, Tinghua, Meng, Nina, Xie, Peng
No: 373

Road Network Extraction from Low-Frequency Trajectories Based on a Road Structure-Aware Filter
Li, Daigang, Li, Junhan, Li, Juntao
No: 374

An Examination of the Distribution of White-Collar Worker Residences in Tokyo and Osaka during the Modernizing Period
Kirimura, Takashi
No: 375

From Manual to Intelligent: A Review of Input Data Preparation Methods for Geographic Modeling
Hou, Zhi-Wei, Qin, Cheng-Zhi, Zhu, A-Xing, Liang, Peng, Wang, Yi-Jie, Zhu, Yun-Qiang
No: 376

Methods and Application of Archeological Cloud Platform for Grand Sites Based on Spatio-Temporal Big Data
Wu, Yongxing, Lin, Shaofu, Peng, Fei, Li, Qi
No: 377

A Practical Procedure to Integrate the First 1:500 Urban Map of Valencia into a Tile-Based Geospatial Information System
Villar-Cano, Miriam, Jiménez-Martínez, María Jesús, Marqués-Mateu, Ángel
No: 378

Direction-Aware Continuous Moving K-Nearest-Neighbor Query in Road Networks
Dong, Tianyang, Yuan, Lulu, Shang, Yuehui, Ye, Yang, Zhang, Ling
No: 379

A Filtering-Based Approach for Improving Crowdsourced GNSS Traces in a Data Update Context
Ivanovic, Stefan S., Olteanu-Raimond, Ana-Maria, Mustière, Sébastien, Devogele, Thomas
No: 380

A Sightseeing Support System Using Augmented Reality and Pictograms within Urban Tourist Areas in Japan
Sasaki, Ryo, Yamamoto, Kayoko
No: 381

Interpolation of Instantaneous Air Temperature Using Geographical and MODIS Derived Variables with Machine Learning Techniques
Ruiz-Álvarez, Marcos, Alonso-Sarria, Francisco, Gomariz-Castillo, Francisco
No: 382

Crime Geographical Displacement: Testing Its Potential Contribution to Crime Prediction
Wang, Zengli, Liu, Lin, Zhou, Hanlin, Lan, Minxuan
No: 383

On the Use of Single-, Dual-, and Quad-Polarimetric SAR Observation for Landslide Detection
Park, Sang-Eun, Lee, Sun-Gu
No: 384

Combining Design Patterns and Topic Modeling to Discover Regions That Support Particular Functionality
Papadakis, Emmanuel, Gao, Song, Baryannis, George
No: 385

Parallelizing Multiple Flow Accumulation Algorithm using CUDA and OpenACC
Stojanovic, Natalija, Stojanovic, Dragan
No: 386

Review of Big Data and Processing Frameworks for Disaster Response Applications
Cumbane, Silvino Pedro, Gidófalvi, Győző
No: 387

Individual Behavior Simulation Based on Grid Object and Agent Model
Song, Yiquan, Niu, Lei, Li, Yi
No: 388

Quantifying the Spatio-Temporal Process of Township Urbanization: A Large-Scale Data-Driven Approach
Liu, Xinliang, Wang, Yi, Li, Yong, Wu, Jinshui
No: 389

The Feasibility of Three Prediction Techniques of the Artificial Neural Network, Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System, and Hybrid Particle Swarm Optimization for Assessing the Safety Factor of Cohesive Slopes
Moayedi, Hossein, Tien Bui, Dieu, Gör, Mesut, Pradhan, Biswajeet, Jaafari, Abolfazl
No: 391

Using Vehicle Synthesis Generative Adversarial Networks to Improve Vehicle Detection in Remote Sensing Images
Zheng, Kun, Wei, Mengfei, Sun, Guangmin, Anas, Bilal, Li, Yu
No: 390

An On-Demand Scalable Model for Geographic Information System (GIS) Data Processing in a Cloud GIS
Zhang, Junqiang, Xu, Lirui, Zhang, Yi, Liu, Gang, Zhao, Lingjun, Wang, Yuzhu
No: 392

Image Retrieval Based on Learning to Rank and Multiple Loss
Fan, Lili, Zhao, Hongwei, Zhao, Haoyu, Liu, Pingping, Hu, Huangshui
No: 393

Classification of Areas Suitable for Fish Farming Using Geotechnology and Multi-Criteria Analysis
Francisco, Humberto Rodrigues, Fabrício Corrêia, Arlindo, Feiden, Aldi
No: 394

Predicting Slope Stability Failure through Machine Learning Paradigms
Tien Bui, Dieu, Moayedi, Hossein, Gör, Mesut, Jaafari, Abolfazl, Foong, Loke Kok
No: 395

Wind Condition Analysis of Japanese Rural Landscapes in the 19th Century: A Case Study of Kichijoji Village in Musashino Upland
Natsume, Muneyuki
No: 396

Exploring Influence of Sampling Strategies on Event-Based Landslide Susceptibility Modeling
Lai, Jhe-Syuan, Chiang, Shou-Hao, Tsai, Fuan
No: 397

Development of an Object-Based Interpretive System Based on Weighted Scoring Method in a Multi-Scale Manner
Kiani, Abbas, Ebadi, Hamid, Farnood Ahmadi, Farshid
No: 398

Towards the Development of Agenda 2063 Geo-Portal to Support Sustainable Development in Africa
Mhangara, Paidamwoyo, Lamba, Asanda, Mapurisa, Willard, Mudau, Naledzani
No: 399

Japanese Lexical Variation Explained by Spatial Contact Patterns
Jeszenszky, Péter, Hikosaka, Yoshinobu, Imamura, Satoshi, Yano, Keiji
No: 400

Comparing Residents’ Fear of Crime with Recorded Crime Data—Case Study of Ostrava, Czech Republic
Pánek, Jiří, Ivan, Igor, Macková, Lucie
No: 401

Transformations of Landscape Topography of the Bełchatów Coal Mine (Central Poland) and the Surrounding Area Based on DEM Analysis
Jaskulski, Marcin, Nowak, Tomasz
No: 403

Retraction: Li et al. Identifying Asphalt Pavement Distress Using UAV LiDAR Point Cloud Data and Random Forest Classification. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2019, 8, 39,
Li, Zhiqiang, Cheng, Chengqi, Kwan, Mei-Po, Tong, Xiaochong, Tian, Shaohong
No: 402

Road Rutting Measurement Using Mobile LiDAR Systems Point Cloud
Gézero, Luis, Antunes, Carlos
No: 404

Satellite-Based Bathymetric Modeling Using a Wavelet Network Model
El-Diasty, Mohammed
No: 405

Context-Aware Group-Oriented Location Recommendation in Location-Based Social Networks
Khazaei, Elahe, Alimohammadi, Abbas
No: 406

Extracting Flooded Roads by Fusing GPS Trajectories and Road Network
She, Shiying, Zhong, Haoyu, Fang, Zhixiang, Zheng, Meng, Zhou, Yan
No: 407

Combinatorial Spatial Data Model for Building Fire Simulation and Analysis
Song, Yiquan, Niu, Lei, Li, Yi
No: 408

UAV Photogrammetry-Based 3D Road Distress Detection
Tan, Yumin, Li, Yunxin
No: 409

TOST: A Topological Semantic Model for GPS Trajectories Inside Road Networks
Wu, Tao, Qin, Jianxin, Wan, Yiliang
No: 410

An Automatic Method for Detection and Update of Additive Changes in Road Network with GPS Trajectory Data
Tang, Jianbo, Deng, Min, Huang, Jincai, Liu, Huimin, Chen, Xueying
No: 411

Embracing Crowdsensing: An Enhanced Mobile Sensing Solution for Road Anomaly Detection
Li, Xiao, Huo, Da, Goldberg, Daniel W., Chu, Tianxing, Yin, Zhengcong, Hammond, Tracy
No: 412

A Comparative Study of Spatial and Temporal Preferences for Waterfronts in Wuhan based on Gender Differences in Check-In Behavior
Wu, Jing, Li, Jingwen, Ma, Yue
No: 413

Incorporating Graph Attention and Recurrent Architectures for City-Wide Taxi Demand Prediction
Xu, Ying, Li, Dongsheng
No: 414

Exploring Trusted Relations among Virtual Interactions in Social Networks for Detecting Influence Diffusion
Wagih, Heba M., Mokhtar, Hoda M. O., Ghoniemy, Samy S.
No: 415

Generation of Lane-Level Road Networks Based on a Trajectory-Similarity-Join Pruning Strategy
Zheng, Ling, Song, Huashan, Li, Bijun, Zhang, Hongjuan
No: 416

Multi-Scale Remote Sensing Semantic Analysis Based on a Global Perspective
Cui, Wei, Zhang, Dongyou, He, Xin, Yao, Meng, Wang, Ziwei, Hao, Yuanjie, Li, Jie, Wu, Weijie, Cui, Wenqi, Huang, Jiejun
No: 417

Exploring the Distribution Patterns of Flickr Photos
Ding, Xuan, Fan, Hongchao
No: 418

A Simple Method to Improve Estimates of County-Level Economics in China Using Nighttime Light Data and GDP Growth Rate
Ji, Xiaole, Li, Xinze, He, Yaqian, Liu, Xiaolong
No: 419

Flood Management in Aqala through an Agent-Based Solution and Crowdsourcing Services in an Enterprise Geospatial Information System
Eivazy, Hooshang, Malek, Mohammad Reza
No: 420

Automatic Identification of Overpass Structures: A Method of Deep Learning
Li, Hao, Hu, Maosheng, Huang, Youxin
No: 421

Drainage Network Analysis and Structuring of Topologically Noisy Vector Stream Data
Lindsay, John B., Yang, Wanhong, Hornby, Duncan D.
No: 422

A Methodology for Generating Service Areas That Accounts for Linear Barriers
Flisek, Paweł, Lewandowicz, Elżbieta
No: 423

Transparent Collision Visualization of Point Clouds Acquired by Laser Scanning
Li, Weite, Shigeta, Kenya, Hasegawa, Kyoko, Li, Liang, Yano, Keiji, Adachi, Motoaki, Tanaka, Satoshi
No: 425

Social Media Use in American Counties: Geography and Determinants
Pick, James, Sarkar, Avijit, Rosales, Jessica
No: 424

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New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 8, Issue 10 (October 2019)

Real-Time Displacement of Point Symbols Based on Spatial Distribution Characteristics
Liu, Haipeng, Zhang, Ling, Long, Yi, Zheng, Yi
No: 426

A High-performance Cross-platform Map Rendering Engine for Mobile Geographic Information System (GIS)
Li, Shaojie, Wang, Shaohua, Guan, Yong, Xie, Zhiyan, Huang, Kejia, Wen, Ming, Zhou, Lixin
No: 427

Intelligent Interaction with Virtual Geographical Environments Based on Geographic Knowledge Graph
Jiang, Bingchuan, Tan, Liheng, Ren, Yan, Li, Feng
No: 428

Strengths of Exaggerated Tsunami-Originated Placenames: Disaster Subculture in Sanriku Coast, Japan
Isoda, Yuzuru, Muranaka, Akio, Tanibata, Go, Hanaoka, Kazumasa, Ohmura, Junzo, Tsukamoto, Akihiro
No: 429

A Relief Dependent Evaluation of Digital Elevation Models on Different Scales for Northern Chile
Kramm, Tanja, Hoffmeister, Dirk
No: 430

Exploring Housing Rent by Mixed Geographically Weighted Regression: A Case Study in Nanjing
Zhang, Shiwei, Wang, Lin, Lu, Feng
No: 431

The Americas’ Spatial Data Infrastructure
Merodio Gómez, Paloma, Pérez García, Macarena, García Seco, Gabriela, Ramírez Santiago, Andrea, Tapia Johnson, Catalina
No: 432

Dynamic Recommendation of POI Sequence Responding to Historical Trajectory
Huang, Jianfeng, Liu, Yuefeng, Chen, Yue, Jia, Chen
No: 433

Integrating Geovisual Analytics with Machine Learning for Human Mobility Pattern Discovery
Zhang, Tong, Wang, Jianlong, Cui, Chenrong, Li, Yicong, He, Wei, Lu, Yonghua, Qiao, Qinghua
No: 434

Point of Interest Matching between Different Geospatial Datasets
Deng, Yue, Luo, An, Liu, Jiping, Wang, Yong
No: 435

A Multi-Dimensional Analysis of El Niño on Twitter: Spatial, Social, Temporal, and Semantic Perspectives
Ye, Xinyue, Wei, Xuebin
No: 436

Prediction of Soil Nutrient Contents Using Visible and Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy
Peng, Yiping, Zhao, Li, Hu, Yueming, Wang, Guangxing, Wang, Lu, Liu, Zhenhua
No: 437

Identification and Mapping of Soil Erosion Processes Using the Visual Interpretation of LiDAR Imagery
Đomlija, Petra, Bernat Gazibara, Sanja, Arbanas, Željko, Mihalić Arbanas, Snježana
No: 438

Does Income Inequality Explain the Geography of Residential Burglaries? The Case of Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Ramos, Rafael G.
No: 439

Comparison of Main Approaches for Extracting Behavior Features from Crowd Flow Analysis
Ebrahimpour, Zeinab, Wan, Wanggen, Cervantes, Ofelia, Luo, Tianhang, Ullah, Hidayat
No: 440

A Hybrid Framework for High-Performance Modeling of Three-Dimensional Pipe Networks
Wang, Shaohua, Sun, Yeran, Sun, Yinle, Guan, Yong, Feng, Zhenhua, Lu, Hao, Cai, Wenwen, Long, Liang
No: 441

Automatic Detection of Objects in 3D Point Clouds Based on Exclusively Semantic Guided Processes
Ponciano, Jean-Jacques, Trémeau, Alain, Boochs, Frank
No: 442

Estimating 2009–2017 Impervious Surface Change in Gwadar, Pakistan Using the HJ-1A/B Constellation, GF-1/2 Data, and the Random Forest Algorithm
Bian, Jinhu, Li, Ainong, Zuo, Jiaqi, Lei, Guangbin, Zhang, Zhengjian, Nan, Xi
No: 443

Ensemble Neural Networks for Modeling DEM Error
Nguyen, Chuyen, Starek, Michael J., Tissot, Philippe E., Cai, Xiaopeng, Gibeaut, James
No: 444

Interactions between Bus, Metro, and Taxi Use before and after the Chinese Spring Festival
Huang, Jianwei, Liu, Xintao, Zhao, Pengxiang, Zhang, Junwei, Kwan, Mei-Po
No: 445

Modelling and Simulation of Selected Real Estate Market Spatial Phenomena
Kobylińska, Katarzyna, Cellmer, Radosław
No: 446

Mapping Time-Space Brickfield Development Dynamics in Peri-Urban Area of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Hassan, Mohammad Mehedy, Juhász, Levente, Southworth, Jane
No: 447

Synthesizing Data to Explore the Dynamic Spatial Patterns of Hotel Development
Yin, Li, Wu, Liang, Cole, Sam, Wu, Laiyun
No: 448

BiGeo: A Foundational PaaS Framework for Efficient Storage, Visualization, Management, Analysis, Service, and Migration of Geospatial Big Data—A Case Study of Sichuan Province, China
Liu, Xi, Hao, Lina, Yang, Wunian
No: 449

Mapping Impact of Tidal Flooding on Solar Salt Farming in Northern Java using a Hydrodynamic Model
Nirwansyah, Anang Widhi, Braun, Boris
No: 451

The Efficacy Analysis of Determining the Wooded and Shrubbed Area Based on Archival Aerial Imagery Using Texture Analysis
Kupidura, Przemysław, Osińska-Skotak, Katarzyna, Lesisz, Katarzyna, Podkowa, Anna
No: 450

Geographical Analysis on the Projection and Distortion of INŌ’s Tokyo Map in 1817
Iwai, Yuki, Murayama, Yuji
No: 452

Investigating Schema-Free Encoding of Categorical Data Using Prime Numbers in a Geospatial Context
Sudmanns, Martin
No: 453

Parallel Cellular Automata Markov Model for Land Use Change Prediction over MapReduce Framework
Kang, Junfeng, Fang, Lei, Li, Shuang, Wang, Xiangrong
No: 454

New Tools for the Classification and Filtering of Historical Maps
Gobbi, Stefano, Ciolli, Marco, La Porta, Nicola, Rocchini, Duccio, Tattoni, Clara, Zatelli, Paolo
No: 455

LADM-Based Model for Natural Resource Administration in China
Xu, Zhongguo, Zhuo, Yuefei, Liao, Rong, Wu, Cifang, Wu, Yuzhe, Li, Guan
No: 456

An Empirical Study Investigating the Relationship between Land Prices and Urban Geometry
Ayazli, Ismail Ercument
No: 457

Regionalization and Partitioning of Soil Health Indicators for Nigeria Using Spatially Contiguous Clustering for Economic and Social-Cultural Developments
Boluwade, Alaba
No: 458

Analysis of Urban Drivable and Walkable Street Networks of the ASEAN Smart Cities Network
Zhao, Pengjun, Yen, Yat, Bailey, Earl, Sohail, Muhammad Tayyab
No: 459

Optimizing Wireless Sensor Network Installations by Visibility Analysis on 3D Point Clouds
Gracchi, Teresa, Gigli, Giovanni, Noël, François, Jaboyedoff, Michel, Madiai, Claudia, Casagli, Nicola
No: 460

pyjeo: A Python Package for the Analysis of Geospatial Data
Kempeneers, Pieter, Pesek, Ondrej, De Marchi, Davide, Soille, Pierre
No: 461

Machine Learning Methods for Classification of the Green Infrastructure in City Areas
Kranjčić, Nikola, Medak, Damir, Župan, Robert, Rezo, Milan
No: 463

Spatial Prediction of Aftershocks Triggered by a Major Earthquake: A Binary Machine Learning Perspective
Karimzadeh, Sadra, Matsuoka, Masashi, Kuang, Jianming, Ge, Linlin
No: 462

A Multilevel Mapping Strategy to Calculate the Information Content of Remotely Sensed Imagery
Fang, Shimin, Zhou, Xiaoguang, Zhang, Jing
No: 464

Continuous-Scale 3D Terrain Visualization Based on a Detail-Increment Model
Ai, Bo, Wang, Linyun, Yang, Fanlin, Bu, Xianhai, Lin, Yaoyao, Lv, Guannan
No: 465

FracL: A Tool for Characterizing the Fractality of Landscape Gradients from a New Perspective
Gao, Peichao, Cushman, Samuel A., Liu, Gang, Ye, Sijing, Shen, Shi, Cheng, Changxiu
No: 466

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New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 8, Issue 11 (November 2019)

Performance Testing of istSOS under High Load Scenarios
Cannata, Massimiliano, Antonovic, Milan, Strigaro, Daniele, Cardoso, Mirko
No: 467

A Drift-of-Stay Pattern Extraction Method for Indoor Pedestrian Trajectories for the Error and Accuracy Assessment of Indoor Wi-Fi Positioning
Yu, Dengbo, Hu, Qingwu, Wang, Shaohua
No: 468

Calculation for Multidimensional Topological Relations in 3D Cadastre Based on Geometric Algebra
Shi, Zhifeng, Hu, Di, Yin, Pengcheng, Wang, Chun, Chen, Taisheng, Zhang, Jiyi
No: 469

Impact of a Vicinity of Airport on the Prices of Single-Family Houses with the Use of Geospatial Analysis
Cellmer, Radosław, Bełej, Mirosław, Konowalczuk, Jan
No: 471

Using a Complex Network to Analyze the Effects of the Three Gorges Dam on Water Level Fluctuation in Poyang Lake
Ning, Lixin, Zhou, Yunkai, Cheng, Changxiu, Ye, Sijing, Shen, Shi
No: 470

Estimation of Origin-Destination Flows of Passenger Cars in 1925 in Old Tokyo City, Japan
Ishikawa, Kazuki, Nakayama, Daichi
No: 472

An Intersection-First Approach for Road Network Generation from Crowd-Sourced Vehicle Trajectories
Zhang, Caili, Xiang, Longgang, Li, Siyu, Wang, Dehao
No: 473

GEOBIA Achievements and Spatial Opportunities in the Era of Big Earth Observation Data
Lang, Stefan, Hay, Geoffrey J., Baraldi, Andrea, Tiede, Dirk, Blaschke, Thomas
No: 474

MapReduce-Based D_ELT Framework to Address the Challenges of Geospatial Big Data
Jo, Junghee, Lee, Kang-Woo
No: 475

Automated Road Curb Break Lines Extraction from Mobile LiDAR Point Clouds
Gézero, Luis, Antunes, Carlos
No: 476

Road Extraction from Very High Resolution Images Using Weakly labeled OpenStreetMap Centerline
Wu, Songbing, Du, Chun, Chen, Hao, Xu, Yingxiao, Guo, Ning, Jing, Ning
No: 478

Tree-Based and Optimum Cut-Based Origin-Destination Flow Clustering
Xiang, Qiuliang, Wu, Qunyong
No: 477

Hierarchical Semantic Correspondence Analysis on Feature Classes between Two Geospatial Datasets Using a Graph Embedding Method
Huh, Yong
No: 479

A GIS-Based Tool for Automatic Bankfull Detection from Airborne High Resolution Dem
De Rosa, Pierluigi, Fredduzzi, Andrea, Cencetti, Corrado
No: 480

The Spill Over of Crime from Urban Centers: An Account of the Changing Spatial Distribution of Violent Crime in Guyana
Cummings, Anthony R., Markandey, Nakul, Das, Hannah, Arredondo, Celina, Wehenkel, Aaran, Tiemann, Brittany L., Lee, Giyol
No: 481

User Preferences on Route Instruction Types for Mobile Indoor Route Guidance
De Cock, Laure, Ooms, Kristien, Van de Weghe, Nico, Vanhaeren, Nina, De Maeyer, Philippe
No: 482

An Efficient and Scene-Adaptive Algorithm for Vehicle Detection in Aerial Images Using an Improved YOLOv3 Framework
Zhang, Xunxun, Zhu, Xu
No: 483

An Empirical Evaluation of Data Interoperability—A Case of the Disaster Management Sector in Uganda
Mazimwe, Allan, Hammouda, Imed, Gidudu, Anthony
No: 484

A Study on Storm and Flood Insurance Management Mapping: Case Study of Incheon Metropolitan City
Lee, Insu, Lee, Junseok, Ham, Sungil
No: 485

Exploring the Characteristics of an Intra-Urban Bus Service Network: A Case Study of Shenzhen, China
Yang, Xiping, Lu, Shiwei, Zhao, Weifeng, Zhao, Zhiyuan
No: 486

An Automatic Annotation Method for Discovering Semantic Information of Geographical Locations from Location-Based Social Networks
Zou, Zhiqiang, He, Xu, Zhu, A-Xing
No: 487

Investigating Contextual Effects on Burglary Risks: A Contextual Effects Model Built Based on Bayesian Spatial Modeling Strategy
Liu, Hongqiang, Zhu, Xinyan, Zhang, Dongying, Liu, Zhen
No: 488

Combination of Aerial, Satellite, and UAV Photogrammetry for Mapping the Diachronic Coastline Evolution: The Case of Lefkada Island
Nikolakopoulos, Konstantinos, Kyriou, Aggeliki, Koukouvelas, Ioannis, Zygouri, Vasiliki, Apostolopoulos, Dionysios
No: 489

A Model for Animal Home Range Estimation Based on the Active Learning Method
Guo, Jifa, Du, Shihong, Ma, Zhenxing, Huo, Hongyuan, Peng, Guangxiong
No: 490

Traffic Regulator Detection and Identification from Crowdsourced Data—A Systematic Literature Review
Zourlidou, Stefania, Sester, Monika
No: 491

Exploiting the Potential of VGI Metadata to Develop A Data-Driven Framework for Predicting User’s Proficiency in OpenStreetMap Context
Rajaram, Gangothri, Manjula, KR
No: 492

Analysis of Tourism Hotspot Behaviour Based on Geolocated Travel Blog Data: The Case of Qyer
Kaufmann, Michael, Siegfried, Patrick, Huck, Lukas, Stettler, Jürg
No: 493

Advanced Cyberinfrastructure to Enable Search of Big Climate Datasets in THREDDS
Gaigalas, Juozas, Di, Liping, Sun, Ziheng
No: 494

A Method of Population Spatialization Considering Parametric Spatial Stationarity: Case Study of the Southwestern Area of China
Xiong, Junnan, Li, Kun, Cheng, Weiming, Ye, Chongchong, Zhang, Hao
No: 495

An Ontology-Driven Cyberinfrastructure for Intelligent Spatiotemporal Question Answering and Open Knowledge Discovery
Li, Wenwen, Song, Miaomiao, Tian, Yuanyuan
No: 496

Evaluation of the Accuracy of the Field Quadrat Survey of Alpine Grassland Fractional Vegetation Cover Based on the Satellite Remote Sensing Pixel Scale
Chen, Jianjun, Zhao, Xuning, Zhang, Huizi, Qin, Yu, Yi, Shuhua
No: 497

How Data-Poor Countries Remain Data Poor: Underestimation of Human Settlements in Burkina Faso as Observed from Nighttime Light Data
Andersson, Magnus, Hall, Ola, Archila, Maria Francisca
No: 498

The Feasibility of a BIM-Driven Approach to Support Building Subdivision Workflows—Case Study of Victoria, Australia
Olfat, Hamed, Atazadeh, Behnam, Shojaei, Davood, Rajabifard, Abbas
No: 499

Eliciting Knowledge on Technical and Legal Aspects of Participatory Toponym Handling
Perdana, Aji Putra, Ostermann, Frank O.
No: 500

Construction and Verification of a High-Precision Base Map for an Autonomous Vehicle Monitoring System
Ham, Sungil, Im, Junhyuck, Kim, Minjun, Cho, Kuk
No: 501

The Effect of NDVI Time Series Density Derived from Spatiotemporal Fusion of Multisource Remote Sensing Data on Crop Classification Accuracy
Sun, Rui, Chen, Shaohui, Su, Hongbo, Mi, Chunrong, Jin, Ning
No: 502

Utilizing BIM and GIS for Representation and Visualization of 3D Cadastre
Sun, Jing, Mi, Siying, Olsson, Per-ola, Paulsson, Jenny, Harrie, Lars
No: 503

Method for 3D City Building Continuous Transformation Based on an Improved LOD Topological Data Structure
Li, Siyi, Li, Wenjing, Lin, Zhiyong, Yi, Shengjie
No: 504

Spatiotemporal Distribution of Nonseismic Landslides during the Last 22 Years in Shaanxi Province, China
Qiu, Haijun, Cui, Yifei, Yang, Dongdong, Pei, Yanqian, Hu, Sheng, Ma, Shuyue, Hao, Junqing, Liu, Zijing
No: 505

Analyzing the Spatiotemporal Patterns in Green Spaces for Urban Studies Using Location-Based Social Media Data
Ullah, Hidayat, Wan, Wanggen, Ali Haidery, Saqib, Khan, Naimat Ullah, Ebrahimpour, Zeinab, Luo, Tianhang
No: 506

Testing Different Interpolation Methods Based on Single Beam Echosounder River Surveying. Case Study: Siret River
Arseni, Maxim, Voiculescu, Mirela, Georgescu, Lucian Puiu, Iticescu, Catalina, Rosu, Adrian
No: 507

A Multilevel Eigenvector Spatial Filtering Model of House Prices: A Case Study of House Sales in Fairfax County, Virginia
Hu, Lan, Chun, Yongwan, Griffith, Daniel A.
No: 508

Adaptive Choropleth Mapper: An Open-Source Web-Based Tool for Synchronous Exploration of Multiple Variables at Multiple Spatial Extents
Han, Su Yeon, Rey, Sergio, Knaap, Elijah, Kang, Wei, Wolf, Levi
No: 509

Ranking of Illegal Buildings Close to Rivers: A Proposal, Its Implementation and Preliminary Validation
Felice, Paolino Di
No: 510

Using Landsat OLI and Random Forest to Assess Grassland Degradation with Aboveground Net Primary Production and Electrical Conductivity Data
Yu, Hao, Wang, Lei, Wang, Zongming, Ren, Chunying, Zhang, Bai
No: 511

An Adaptive Construction Method of Hierarchical Spatio-Temporal Index for Vector Data under Peer-to-Peer Networks
Li, Chengming, Wu, Zheng, Wu, Pengda, Zhao, Zhanjie
No: 512

TerraBrasilis: A Spatial Data Analytics Infrastructure for Large-Scale Thematic Mapping
F. G. Assis, Luiz Fernando, Ferreira, Karine Reis, Vinhas, Lubia, Maurano, Luis, Almeida, Claudio, Carvalho, Andre, Rodrigues, Jether, Maciel, Adeline, Camargo, Claudinei
No: 513

The Effects of GPS-Based Buffer Size on the Association between Travel Modes and Environmental Contexts
Lee, Kangjae, Kwan, Mei-Po
No: 514

Measuring SDG 15 at the County Scale: Localization and Practice of SDGs Indicators Based on Geospatial Information
Liu, Shaoyang, Bai, Jianjun, Chen, Jun
No: 515

Global Ambitions, Local Contexts: Alternative Ways of Knowing the World
Pfeffer, Karin, Georgiadou, Yola
No: 516

Indoor Location Prediction Method for Shopping Malls Based on Location Sequence Similarity
Wang, Peixiao, Wu, Sheng, Zhang, Hengcai, Lu, Feng
No: 517

UTSM: A Trajectory Similarity Measure Considering Uncertainty Based on an Amended Ellipse Model
Guo, Ning, Shekhar, Shashi, Xiong, Wei, Chen, Luo, Jing, Ning
No: 518

Impacts of Rapid Socioeconomic Development on Cropping Intensity Dynamics in China during 2001–2016
Li, Le, Ao, Zurui, Zhao, Yaolong, Liu, Xulong
No: 519

Dynamic 3D Simulation of Flood Risk Based on the Integration of Spatio-Temporal GIS and Hydrodynamic Models
Wu, Yongxing, Peng, Fei, Peng, Yang, Kong, Xiaoyang, Liang, Heming, Li, Qi
No: 520

Simulating Uneven Urban Spatial Expansion under Various Land Protection Strategies: Case Study on Southern Jiangsu Urban Agglomeration
Li, Pingxing, Cao, Hui
No: 521

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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 157 (November 2019)

Editorial Board
Pages: ii

A closed-form solution for multi-view color correction with gradient preservation
Menghan Xia, Jian Yao, Zhi Gao
Pages: 188-200

Accurate modelling of canopy traits from seasonal Sentinel-2 imagery based on the vertical distribution of leaf traits
Tawanda W. Gara, Roshanak Darvishzadeh, Andrew K. Skidmore, Tiejun Wang, Marco Heurich
Pages: 108-123

Multi-season RapidEye imagery improves the classification of wetland and dryland communities in a subtropical coastal region
Heidi van Deventer, Moses Azong Cho, Onisimo Mutanga
Pages: 171-187

Context pyramidal network for stereo matching regularized by disparity gradients
Junhua Kang, Lin Chen, Fei Deng, Christian Heipke
Pages: 201-215

Large-scale MODIS AOD products recovery: Spatial-temporal hybrid fusion considering aerosol variation mitigation
Yuan Wang, Qiangqiang Yuan, Tongwen Li, Huanfeng Shen, Li Zheng, Liangpei Zhang
Pages: 1-12

Deep learning for multi-modal classification of cloud, shadow and land cover scenes in PlanetScope and Sentinel-2 imagery
Yuri Shendryk, Yannik Rist, Catherine Ticehurst, Peter Thorburn
Pages: 124-136

Modelling of instrument repositioning errors in discontinuous Multi-Campaign Ground-Based SAR (MC-GBSAR) deformation monitoring
Zheng Wang, Zhenhong Li, Jon Mills
Pages: 26-40

Photogrammetric assessment of shoreline retreat in North Africa: Anthropogenic and natural drivers
Oula Amrouni, Abderraouf Hzami, Essam Heggy
Pages: 73-92

Blind cloud and cloud shadow removal of multitemporal images based on total variation regularized low-rank sparsity decomposition
Yong Chen, Wei He, Naoto Yokoya, Ting-Zhu Huang
Pages: 93-107

Optimizing multiscale segmentation with local spectral heterogeneity measure for high resolution remote sensing images
Yu Shen, Jianyu Chen, Liang Xiao, Delu Pan
Pages: 13-25

Efficiently utilizing complex-valued PolSAR image data via a multi-task deep learning framework
Lamei Zhang, Hongwei Dong, Bin Zou
Pages: 59-72

Comparison between convolutional neural networks and random forest for local climate zone classification in mega urban areas using Landsat images
Cheolhee Yoo, Daehyeon Han, Jungho Im, Benjamin Bechtel
Pages: 155-170

Coral reef geomorphology of the Spratly Islands: A simple method based on time-series of Landsat-8 multi-band inundation maps
Yanzhu Dong, Yongxue Liu, Chuanmin Hu, Bihua Xu
Pages: 137-154

Ship detection from PolSAR imagery using the ambiguity removal polarimetric notch filter
Tao Zhang, Linfeng Jiang, Deliang Xiang, Yifang Ban, Ling Pei, Huilin Xiong
Pages: 41-58


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 158 (December 2019)

Editorial Board
Pages: ii

Spatial information inference net: Road extraction using road-specific contextual information
Chao Tao, Ji Qi, Yansheng Li, Hao Wang, Haifeng Li
Pages: 155-166

Statistical retrieval of atmospheric profiles with deep convolutional neural networks
David Malmgren-Hansen, Valero Laparra, Allan Aasbjerg Nielsen, Gustau Camps-Valls
Pages: 231-240

Quantifying PM2.5 mass concentration and particle radius using satellite data and an optical-mass conversion algorithm
Ming Liu, Gaoxiang Zhou, Rebecca K. Saari, Sabrina Li, Xiangnan Liu, Jonathan Li
Pages: 90-98

Deep learning classifiers for hyperspectral imaging: A review
M.E. Paoletti, J.M. Haut, J. Plaza, A. Plaza
Pages: 279-317

An implicit radar convolutional burn index for burnt area mapping with Sentinel-1 C-band SAR data
Puzhao Zhang, Andrea Nascetti, Yifang Ban, Maoguo Gong
Pages: 50-62

NRLI-UAV: Non-rigid registration of sequential raw laser scans and images for low-cost UAV LiDAR point cloud quality improvement
Jianping Li, Bisheng Yang, Chi Chen, Ayman Habib
Pages: 123-145

Learning to propagate labels on graphs: An iterative multitask regression framework for semi-supervised hyperspectral dimensionality reduction
Danfeng Hong, Naoto Yokoya, Jocelyn Chanussot, Jian Xu, Xiao Xiang Zhu
Pages: 35-49

Application of convolutional neural networks for low vegetation filtering from data acquired by UAVs
Wojciech Gruszczyński, Edyta Puniach, Paweł Ćwiąkała, Wojciech Matwij
Pages: 1-10

Deep learning for conifer/deciduous classification of airborne LiDAR 3D point clouds representing individual trees
Hamid Hamraz, Nathan B. Jacobs, Marco A. Contreras, Chase H. Clark
Pages: 219-230

Comparison of terrestrial LiDAR and digital hemispherical photography for estimating leaf angle distribution in European broadleaf beech forests
Jing Liu, Tiejun Wang, Andrew K. Skidmore, Simon Jones, Marco Heurich, Burkhard Beudert, Joe Premier
Pages: 76-89

Improving the estimation of fractional vegetation cover from UAV RGB imagery by colour unmixing
Guangjian Yan, Linyuan Li, André Coy, Xihan Mu, Shengbo Chen, Donghui Xie, Wuming Zhang, Qingfeng Shen, Hongmin Zhou
Pages: 23-34

Estimation and analysis of along-track attitude jitter of ZiYuan-3 satellite based on relative residuals of tri-band multispectral imagery
Zhen Ye, Yusheng Xu, Xiaohua Tong, Shouzhu Zheng, Han Zhang, Huan Xie, Uwe Stilla
Pages: 188-200

Combining Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 Satellite Image Time Series for land cover mapping via a multi-source deep learning architecture
Dino Ienco, Roberto Interdonato, Raffaele Gaetano, Dinh Ho Tong Minh
Pages: 11-22

A time-series classification approach based on change detection for rapid land cover mapping
Jining Yan, Lizhe Wang, Weijing Song, Yunliang Chen, Xiaodao Chen, Ze Deng
Pages: 249-262

Multi-modal deep learning for landform recognition
Lin Du, Xiong You, Ke Li, Liqiu Meng, Gong Cheng, Liyang Xiong, Guangxia Wang
Pages: 63-75

A comprehensive evaluation of disturbance agent classification approaches: Strengths of ensemble classification, multiple indices, spatio-temporal variables, and direct prediction
Katsuto Shimizu, Tetsuji Ota, Nobuya Mizoue, Shigejiro Yoshida
Pages: 99-112

Using spectral Geodesic and spatial Euclidean weights of neighbourhood pixels for hyperspectral Endmember Extraction preprocessing
Fatemeh Kowkabi, Ahmad Keshavarz
Pages: 201-218

On the value of corner reflectors and surface models in InSAR precise point positioning
Mengshi Yang, Paco López-Dekker, Prabu Dheenathayalan, Mingsheng Liao, Ramon F. Hanssen
Pages: 113-122

Plenoptic camera calibration based on microlens distortion modelling
Walid Darwish, Quentin Bolsee, Adrian Munteanu
Pages: 146-154

Matching of TerraSAR-X derived ground control points to optical image patches using deep learning
Tatjana Bürgmann, Wolfgang Koppe, Michael Schmitt
Pages: 241-248

Metaheuristic pansharpening based on symbiotic organisms search optimization
Cigdem Serifoglu Yilmaz, Volkan Yilmaz, Oguz Gungor, Jie Shan
Pages: 167-187

Predicting forest fires burned area and rate of spread from pre-fire multispectral satellite measurements
Carmine Maffei, Massimo Menenti
Pages: 263-278


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