2017
DOI: 10.5194/isprs-annals-iv-4-w5-9-2017
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Citygml and the Streets of New York - A Proposal for Detailed Street Space Modelling

Abstract: ABSTRACT:Three-dimensional semantic city models are increasingly used for the analysis of large urban areas. Until now the focus has mostly been on buildings. Nonetheless many applications could also benefit from detailed models of public street space for further analysis. However, there are only few guidelines for representing roads within city models. Therefore, related standards dealing with street modelling are examined and discussed. Nearly all street representations are based on linear abstractions. Howe… Show more

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“…In addition, the new class Marking allows for adding road markings to the road surface and the classes Hole and HoleSurface can be used to represent, for instance, roadway damages or manholes including their surfaces. For further information and examples on the new Transportation module please refer to Beil and Kolbe (2017).…”
Section: Transportation Modulementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, the new class Marking allows for adding road markings to the road surface and the classes Hole and HoleSurface can be used to represent, for instance, roadway damages or manholes including their surfaces. For further information and examples on the new Transportation module please refer to Beil and Kolbe (2017).…”
Section: Transportation Modulementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Two specifications that are relevant for this paper are CityGML [18], which defines a model for 3D city models, and LandInfra/InfraGML [19][20][21], which defines models for land and civil engineering infrastructure facilities, including road infrastructure. A model for detailed modelling of streets by extending CityGML is described in [49].…”
Section: Citygml and Landinfra/infragmlmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The CityGML LOD concept is well defined for buildings, bridges, tunnels, and to some extent for roads (Beil et al, 2017;Labetski et al, 2018). However, there is no clear definition of LODs for terrain/relief, vegetation, land use, water bodies, and generic city objects in CityGML Benner et al, 2013;Kumar et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%