Dieter Fritsch

Dieter Fritsch is a research professor and professor emeritus at the University of Stuttgart. His R&D activities cover a wide range of fields: computer vision, computer graphics, GIS, laser scanning, photogrammetry, remote sensing and statistical inference. He has published more than 420 research papers and proceedings.


Constructing Very High Resolution Satellite Data Surface Models

A digital surface model (DSM) is a common photogrammetric product which is widely applied in the areas of surveying and mapping as well as geographic information systems (GIS). In line with the invention of the semi-global matching (SGM) algorithm by H. Hirschmüller in 2005, stereo pairs are ma... (read more)