By Kateřina Růžičková, Tomáš Inspektor
The target of the convention is to give and talk about new equipment, concerns and demanding situations encountered in all components of the advanced means of sluggish improvement and alertness of electronic floor versions. This technique covers information seize, information iteration, garage, version construction, validation, manipulation, usage and visualization. each one degree calls for compatible tools and includes concerns that can considerably reduce the price of the model.
Furthermore, the convention presents a platform to debate the necessities, beneficial properties and examine methods for 3D modeling, non-stop box modeling and different geoscience applications.
The convention covers the next topics:
- LIDAR for elevation data
- Radar interferometry for elevation data
- floor version creation
- floor version statistics
- floor version garage (including info codecs, standardization, database)
- characteristic extraction
- research of floor models
- floor versions for hydrology, meteorology, climatology
- floor versions for sign spreading
- floor types for geology (structural, mining)
- floor types for environmental science
- floor versions for visibility studies
- floor types for city geography
- floor versions for human geography
- Uncertainty of floor types and electronic terrain analysis
- floor version visible enhancement and rendering
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And of the riverine terrace system (100–300 m relatively above the Hron River valley —Fig. 3). s. l. 6 Analysis of Geodynamic Processes Important secondary factors demonstrating the dynamics of the geologic environment, and of all exogenetic processes are geodynamic phenomena. The following were in the focus of the interest (Fig. 4): (1) Slope deformations (creep, slide and fall gravity deformations, taluses, block disintegration and block ﬁelds), (2) Erosion elements (gully and sheet erosion, erosion edges), (3) Surface karst phenomena (sinkholes, areal and linear surface karst elements, (4) Forming of Fig.
Evidently, the interpretation criteria make possible an identiﬁcation of faults also in places where they have not been conﬁrmed by ﬁeld mapping. It was impossible to ﬁnd out on the satellite images which linear elements belong to older evolution stages and which to the Late Alpine development stage. According to the development and diversity of the geomorphological features it can be assumed that, the majority of fault and structural-tectonic features are from the latest evolution stage or are results of several stages.
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Surface Models for Geosciences by Kateřina Růžičková, Tomáš Inspektor