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Proceedings International Workshop on Mobile Mapping Technology
Li, Rongxing

Figure 7 Equipment Mounted on Normal Automobiles
Figure 8 Scene of The Survey Using The Vehicle
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X Coordinate (m)
Figure 9 Comparison of this System and
Conventional Methods
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