• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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A Moving Synchronization Technique for Virtual Target Overlay


Kim Gye-Young, Jang Seok-Woo, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 45-56, Aug. 2006
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Keywords: Virtual Target Overlay, Moving Synchronization, 3D Model, Satellite Images

Abstract

This paper proposes a virtual target overlay technique for a realistic training simulation which projects a virtual target on ground-based CCD images according to an appointed scenario. This method creates a realistic 3D model for instructors by using high resolution GeoTIFF (Geographic Tag Image File Format) satellite images and DTED(Digital Terrain Elevation Data), and it extracts road areas from the given CCD images for both instructors and trainees, Since there is much difference in observation position, resolution, and scale between satellite Images and ground-based sensor images, feature-based matching faces difficulty, Hence, we propose a moving synchronization technique that projects the targets on sensor images according to the moving paths marked on 3D satellite images. Experimental results show the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm with satellite and sensor images of Daejoen.


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[APA Style]
Kim Gye-Young and Jang Seok-Woo (2006). A Moving Synchronization Technique for Virtual Target Overlay. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 7(4), 45-56.

[IEEE Style]
K. Gye-Young and J. Seok-Woo, "A Moving Synchronization Technique for Virtual Target Overlay," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 45-56, 2006.

[ACM Style]
Kim Gye-Young and Jang Seok-Woo. 2006. A Moving Synchronization Technique for Virtual Target Overlay. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 7, 4, (2006), 45-56.