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TIN-based digital terrain modelling using multibeam data
De Wulf, A.; Hennau, M.; Constales, D. (2006). TIN-based digital terrain modelling using multibeam data, in: Evolutions in hydrography, 6th - 9th November 2006, Provincial House Antwerp, Belgium: Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies. Special Publication (Hydrographic Society), 55: pp. 186-189
In: (2006). Evolutions in hydrography, 6th - 9th November 2006, Provincial House Antwerp, Belgium: Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies. Special Publication (Hydrographic Society), 55. International Federation of Hydrographic Society: London. 234 + cd-rom pp., meer
In: Special Publication (Hydrographic Society). Hydrographic Society: London. ISSN 0309-8303, meer

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    VLIZ: Open Repository 114187 [ OMA ]
Documenttype: Congresbijdrage

Trefwoorden
    Aquatic sciences > Marine sciences > Earth sciences > Oceanography > Physical oceanography > Hydrography
    Data > Oceanographic data > Bathymetric data
    Measurement > Depth measurement > Bathymetry
    Measurement > Depth measurement > Echosounding

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  • De Wulf, A., meer
  • Hennau, M., meer
  • Constales, D.

Abstract
    The latest bathymetric sounding equipment that is available nowadays, especially the multibeam echosounder, yield a very dense bottom sampling. When compared to the common singlebeam echosounder, an enormous amount of data is produced that needs to be processed in a correct and fast way. Grid-overlay (by local linear or more sophisticated interpolation and attributing values to individual grid cells) is not an option here as this method uses an interpolation of the measured values and hence will either cause accuracy loss or generate a still larger amount of data. A triangular irregular network (TIN for short), especially the Delaunay triangulation (Dt), does respect the actual measurements and will not generate new data. In literature, a number of algorithms have been developed that determine the Dt of a set of points (vertices) given in the plane.

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