Elements of Photogrammetry with Application in GIS, Fourth Edition by Paul Wolf

Elements of Photogrammetry with Application in GIS, Fourth Edition

byPaul Wolf, Bon DeWitt, Benjamin Wilkinson

Hardcover | January 7, 2014

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The definitive guide to photogrammetry--fully updated

Thoroughly revised to cover the latest technological advances in the field, Elements of Photogrammetry with Applications in GIS, Fourth Edition, provides complete details on the foundational principles of photogrammetry as well as important advanced concepts. Significant changes in the instruments and procedures used in modern photogrammetry, including laser scanning, are discussed. Example problems clarify computational procedures and extensive photographs and diagrams illustrate the material presented in this comprehensive resource.

Coverage includes:

  • Principles of photography and imaging
  • Cameras and other imaging devices
  • Image measurements and refinements
  • Object space coordinate systems
  • Vertical photographs
  • Stereoscopic viewing
  • Stereoscopic parallax
  • Stereoscopic plotting instruments
  • Laser scanning systems
  • Elementary methods of planimetric mapping for GIS
  • Titled and oblique photographs
  • Introduction to analytical photogrammetry
  • Topographic mapping and spatial data collection
  • Fundamental principles of digital image processing
  • Photogrammetric applications in GIS
  • Control for aerial photogrammetry
  • Aerotriangulation
  • Project planning
  • Terrestrial and close-range photogrammetry

About The Author

Paul R. Wolf, Ph.D., was a professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Bon A. DeWitt, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Geomatics Program, School of Forest Resources and Conservation at the University of Florida. He is currently serving as the Geomatics Program Director (1999 - present). Dr. DeWitt specializes in photo...
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Title:Elements of Photogrammetry with Application in GIS, Fourth EditionFormat:HardcoverDimensions:9.2 × 6.1 × 1.6 inPublished:January 7, 2014Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071761128

ISBN - 13:9780071761123

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Principles of Photography and Imaging
3. Cameras and Other Imaging Devices
4. Image Measurements and Refinements
5. Object Space Coordinate Systems
6. Vertical Photographs
7. Stereoscopic Viewing
8. Stereoscopic Parallax
9. Elementary Methods of Planimetric Mapping for GIS
10. Tilted Photographs and Perspective Geometry
11. Introduction to Analytical Photogrammetry
12. Stereoscopic Plotting Instruments
13. Topographic Mapping and Spatial Data Collection
14. Elevated Data Collection by Laser Scanning Systems
15. Fundamental Principles of Digital Image Processing
16. Control for Aerial Photogrammetric Projects
17. Aerotriangulation
18. Project Planning
19. Terrestrial and Close-Range Photogrammetry
20. Introduction to GIS
21. Photogrammetric Applications in GIS
Appendix A. Units, Errors, Significant Figures and Error Propagation
Appendix B. Introduction to Least Square Adjustment
Appendix C. Coordinate Transformations
Appendix D. Development of Collinearity and Coplanarity Condition Equations
Appendix E. Digital Resampling
Appendix F. Conversions between Object Space Coordinate Systems