|Semester||Fall Semester, 2017|
|Department||Junior Class of Department of Land Economics(Measurement & Information Section)|
|Course Name||Aerial Photogrammetry and Lab|
|Instructor||STEPHAN VAN GASSELT|
Teaching Assistants for this course are:
During the lecture term, a portfolio of tests will be written (3 tests of 25 min each) which will be used as entry qualification for the final examination. No grades will be given for the tests (pass/fail evaluation). Exercises (lab courses) will help to prepare for these tests.
Tests and final examination will be comprised of text questions related to lecture topics. Students will be evaluated based on their ability to identify and approach the problem and their problem solving skills.
|Textbook & Reference|
For a good introduction to the theoretical foundations the textbook by Kraus (2007) is highly recommended despite its age. For a detailed overview and introduction to a broad range of topics the student is refered to Wolf et al. (2014). Exercise sheets will be distributed during the lectures and complement text book chapters.
[Kra07]: K. Kraus (2007): Photogrammetry: Geometry from Images and Laser Scans.- 2nd ed., 459 pp., de Gruyter (Berlin). 978-3110190076
[Wol14]: P. Wolf, B. DeWitt & B. Wilkinson (2014): Elements of Photogrammetry with Application in GIS.- 4th ed., 696 pp., McGraw-Hill (New York). 978-0071761123.
[Zhi08]: Z. Li, J. Chen & E. Baltsavias (2008): Advances in Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.- Vol. 7, 529 pp., CRC Press (New York).
Feel free to visit my office to take a look into one of the books.
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