A method addressing signal occlusion by scene objects to quantify the 3D distribution of forest components from terrestrial lidar

Abstract : Estimating exact 3D distribution of canopy components using terrestrial lidar in forest is limited by signal occlusion. We propose a method to address this limitation: it uses voxels, beam returns and beam propagation through the scene. The proposed method was validated using simulated forest scenes and a lidar simulator.
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R.A. Fournier, J.-F. Côté, F. Bourge, S. Durrieu, Alexandre Piboule, et al.. A method addressing signal occlusion by scene objects to quantify the 3D distribution of forest components from terrestrial lidar. SilviLaser 2015, Sep 2015, La Grande Motte, France. pp.29-31. ⟨hal-01278661⟩

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