Introduction to Modern Photogrammetry
Wiley, Mar 26, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 496 pages
This text is designed to give students a strong grounding in the mathematical basis of photogrammetry while introducing them to related fields, such as remote sensing and digital image processing.
Suitable for undergraduate photogrammetry courses typically aimed at junior and senior students, and for graduate-level courses at the Master's level. Excellent reference for those working in related fields.
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