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Table Of Contents

1.1 Preliminary Remarks
1.2 Definitions, Processes and Products
1.2.1 DataAcquisition
1.2.2 Photogrammetric Products
Photographic Products
Computational Results
1.2.3 Photogrammetric Procedures and Instruments
1.3 Historical Background
Film-based Cameras
2.1 Photogrammetric Cameras
2.1.1 Introduction
2.1.2 Components ofAerial Cameras
Inner Cone and Focal Plane
Outer Cone and Drive Mechanism
2.1.3 Image Motion
2.1.4 Camera Calibration
2.1.5 Summary of Interior Orientation
2.2 Photographic Processes
2.2.1 Photographic Material
2.2.2 Photographic Processes
Colors and Filters
2.2.4 Speed
2.2.5 Resolving Power
Digital Cameras
3.1 Overview
3.1.1 Camera Overview
3.1.2 Multiple frame cameras
3.1.3 Line cameras
3.1.4 Camera Electronics
3.1.5 Signal Transmission
3.1.6 Frame Grabbers
3.2 CCD Sensors: Working Principle and Properties
3.2.1 Working Principle
3.2.2 Charge Transfer
LinearArray With Bilinear Readout
Frame Transfer
Interline Transfer
3.2.3 Spectral Response
Properties ofAerial Photography
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Classification of aerial photographs
4.2.1 Orientation of camera axis
4.2.2 Angular coverage
4.2.3 Emulsion type
4.3 Geometric properties of aerial photographs
4.3.1 Definitions
4.3.2 Image and object space
4.3.3 Photo scale
4.3.4 Relief displacement
Elements ofAnalytical Photogrammetry
5.1 Introduction, Concept of Image and Object Space
5.2 Coordinate Systems
5.2.1 Photo-Coordinate System
5.2.2 Object Space Coordinate Systems
5.3 Interior Orientation
5.3.1 Similarity Transformation
5.3.2 Affine Transformation
5.3.3 Correction for Radial Distortion
5.3.4 Correction for Refraction
5.3.5 Correction for Earth Curvature
5.3.6 Summary of Computing Photo-Coordinates
5.4 Exterior Orientation
5.4.1 Single Photo Resection
5.4.2 Computing Photo Coordinates
5.5 Orientation of a Stereopair
5.5.1 Model Space, Model Coordinate System
5.5.2 Dependent Relative Orientation
5.5.3 Independent Relative Orientation
5.5.4 Direct Orientation
5.5.5 Absolute Orientation
Measuring Systems
6.1 Analytical Plotters
6.1.1 Background
6.1.2 System Overview
Stereo Viewer
Translation System
Measuring and Recording System
User Interface
Electronics and Real-Time Processor
Host Computer
Auxiliary Devices
6.1.3 Basic Functionality
Model Mode
Comparator Mode
6.1.4 Typical Workflow
Definition of System Parameters
Definition ofAuxiliary Data
Definition of Project Parameters
Interior Orientation
Relative Orientation
Absolute Orientation
6.1.5 Advantages ofAnalytical Plotters
6.2 Digital Photogrammetric Workstations
6.2.1 Background
6.2.2 Basic System Components
6.2.3 Basic System Functionality
Storage System
Viewing and Measuring System
Stereoscopic Viewing
6.3 Analytical Plotters vs. DPWs
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