photogrammetry

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photogrammetry

a stereophotographic technique for estimating body weight and parts of the body by three-dimensional measurement.
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3: Example of slickspots that have been identified by a photogrammetrist and digitized on a computer screen
Orthophotography can be an economical alternative to those government agencies that cannot afford for the photogrammetrist to extract map features.
By contrast, if the specification simply states that features must be accurate to within two ft, it requires the photogrammetrist to capture everything at a two-ft absolute accuracy which, in turn, requires a 5,000-ft flight, more photographs, and higher cost.
Fortunately, this does more to remind the reader that in putting together a LIDAR project, consulting a skilled photogrammetrist is advisable.
Target symbols were varied to enable the photogrammetrist to distinguish between solid and grated-lid manholes, curb inlets, and between sanitary and storm sewer structures.
TERRAMODEL is a stand-alone, point-based system, which works the way a photogrammetrist thinks to make the mapping process intuitive and productive.
for water runoff evaluations, should the photogrammetrist collect these features in polygon form?
This occupation takes a lot of math," says Clifford Mugnier, a photogrammetrist and professor at Louisiana State University.