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[PS07] J. Pouderoux and S. Spinello Global contour lines reconstruction in topographic maps. Proceedings of ICDAR 2007: 9th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, page 779--783 - sep 2007.
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[PGPG07] Joachim Pouderoux, Jean-Christophe Gonzato, Aurélien Pereira and Pascal Guitton Toponym Recognition in Scanned Color Topographic Maps Proceedings of ICDAR 2007: 9th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, page 531--535 - sep 2007.
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[PSGG06] Joachim Pouderoux, Salvatore Spinello, Jean-Christophe Gonzato, Pascal Guitton. Digital Terrain from Contours: Analysis and Comparison of Common Methods. echnical Report RR-1399-06, LaBRI - INRIA, University of Bordeaux, Number RR-1399-06 - May 2006
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[SG04] S. Spinello and P. Guitton. Contour line recognition from scanned topographic maps. Journal of WSCG, 12(1-3), 2004.
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[PTGG04] Joachim Pouderoux, Ireneusz Tobor, Jean-Christophe Gonzato, Pascal Guitton. Adaptive Hierarchical RBF Interpolation for Creating Smooth Digital Elevation Models. In Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographical Information System 2004 , page 232--240 - nov 2004
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[PGGG04] Joachim Pouderoux, Jean-Christophe Gonzato, Pascal Guitton, Xavier Granier. A Software for Reconstructing 3D-Terrains from Scanned Maps. ACM SIGGRAPH 2004 - Sketch Program - aug 2004
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[HSS03] K. Hormann, S. Spinello, and P. Schröder. C1-continuous terrain reconstruction from sparse contours. In T. Ertl, B. Girod, G. Greiner, H. Niemann, H.-P. Seidel, E. Steinbach, and R. Westermann, editors, Proceedings of Vision, Modeling, and Visualization 2003, pages 289-297, München, Germany, November 2003. infix.
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