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Interactive Reconfiguration of Urban Layouts Daniel G. Aliaga
 

Summary: Interactive Reconfiguration of Urban Layouts
Daniel G. Aliaga
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Bedich Benes
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Carlos A. Vanegas
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Nathan Andrysco
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aliaga@cs.purdue.edu bbenes@purdue.edu cvanegas@cs.purdue.edu nandrysc@cs.purdue.edu
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Department of Computer Science
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Department of Computer Graphics Technology
Purdue University
Abstract
The ability to create and edit a model of a large-scale city is necessary for a variety of applications. Although the layout of the urban space is
captured as images, it consists of a complex collection of man-made structures arranged in parcels, city blocks, and neighborhoods. Editing the
content as unstructured images yields undesirable results. However, most GIS maintain and provide digital records of metadata such as road
network, land use, parcel boundaries, building type, water/sewage pipes and power lines that can be used as a starting point to infer and

  

Source: Aliaga, Daniel G. - Department of Computer Sciences, Purdue University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences