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Proceedings of the Symposium on Progress in Data Processing and Analysis

The increasing performance of computer technologies has
encouraged a number of companies and researchers to
develop digital photogrammetric workstations. This is a
development which can be seen in the light of the increasing
importance of precise digital image processing of high
resolution digital stereoscopic images for the purpose of
map production and revision. Many of these developments
have been based on standard available general purpose
image processing systems. Due to the development of very
powerful new processors and computer architectures,
which have a processing power close to super-computers,
and the existance of adequate display and storage capacities
as well as algorithms and their knowledge based implemen
tations it is expected that these systems wilt become
operational very soon and shorten the time gap between
data acquisition and the availability of results.
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