Automatic Extraction Of Interior Orientation Data In Aerial Photography Using Image Matching Method
The Interior Orientation is a set of parameters that have been determined to transform the coordinates of the camera photo, that is the coordinates of the pixel leading to the coordinates of the image. This parameter is used to calibrate the camera before use so as to produce a precise measurement from an aerial photograph. This orientation parameter consists of a calibrated and equivalent camera focal length, lens distortion, principal point, fiducial mark location, camera resolution, and flatness of the focal plane. All of these parameters are attached to or contained on the camera sensor and the values of these parameters can usually be known from the camera's report page. In this work, the author wants to obtain pixel coordinates from the Fiducial Mark in the base image (Window Search) automatically, therefore a Fiducial Mark template was created which is formed from a piece of a photo image frame to determine the Fiducial Mark coordinate values from the base image ( Window Search), the basis of this programming is to use the concept of photogrammetry, which uses Image Matching techniques. The Image Matching process was developed from the C ++ Language programming algorithm platform, this was done in order to speed up computational results. There are a number of techniques for doing Image Matching, in this study the authors conducted using the Normalized Cross-Correlation Image Matching. In statistics Normalized Cross-Correlation is between two random variables by determining the size of how closely the two variables are different simultaneously. Similarly, Normalized Cross-Correlation in Image Matching is a measurement by calculating the degree of similarity between two images. This level of similarity is determined by Normalized Cross-Correlation (NCC). The Least Square Image Matching method is used to increase the accuracy of the coordinates of the conjugation points.
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