I probably got the idea for this in 2009 during my DARPA GeoStar project (2005-2009) from looking at trackline data and at how badly it was interpolated by existing methods.
There is no journal pub because we got sidetracked by other things. Pity.
Several other topics overlap this idea; browse around.
Some software is over on the software page.
- Wenli Li, W. Randolph Franklin, Salles V. G. de Magalhães, and Marcus V. A. Andrade.
Restricted bathymetric tracklines interpolation.
In 24th Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry. U. Connecticut, Storrs CT, USA, 31 Oct – 1 Nov 2014.
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- Tsz-Yam Lau.
Two-step ODETLAP and induced terrain for improved geographical data reconstruction.
PhD thesis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2012.
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- W. Randolph Franklin, Zhongyi Xie, Eddie Lau, and You Li.
Algorithms for terrain and bathymetric sensor data.
In ICA Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Algorithms for Topographic and Thematic Mapping. Orlando, Florida, 19 Nov 2010. The International Cartographic Association (ICA) Commission on Mapping from Satellite Imagery.
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- Tsz-Yam Lau, You Li, Zhongyi Xie, and W. Randolph Franklin.
Sea floor bathymetry trackline surface fitting without visible artifacts using ODETLAP.
In 17th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2009). Seattle WA USA, 4–6 Nov 2009.
Winner of the best fast forward presentation award.
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