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Cozzi, P.J. (2008) Visibility Driven Out-of-Core HLOD Rendering. Diss. MS Thesis, University of Pennsylvania.

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  • TITLE: A Strategy for Loading Oblique Photogrammetry Models and Multilayer Basemap Data

    AUTHORS: Weiye Zhang, Zhiqing Tang, Guangyang Zhu, Bing Dai, Zhuorong Song, Jun Li

    KEYWORDS: Dynamic Loading of Basemap Tiles, Oblique Photogrammetry Model, Data Visualization, 3D Tile, Cesium

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Computer and Communications, Vol.7 No.7, July 10, 2019

    ABSTRACT: With the development of drone technology and oblique photogrammetry technology, the acquisition of oblique photogrammetry models and basemap becomes more and more convenient and quickly. The increase in the number of basemap leads to excessively redundant basemap tiles requests in 3D GIS when loading oblique photogrammetry models, which slows down the system. Aiming at improving the speed of running system, this paper proposes a dynamic strategy for loading basemap tiles. Different from existing 3D GIS which loading oblique photogrammetry models and basemap tiles inde-pendently, this strategy dynamically loads basemap tiles depending on different height of view and the range of loaded oblique photogrammetry models. We achieve dynamic loading of basemap tiles by predetermining whether the basemap tiles will be covered by the oblique photogrammetry models. The experimental results show that this strategy can greatly reduce the num-ber of redundant requests from the client to the server while ensuring the user’s visual requirements for the oblique photogrammetric model.