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Automatic extraction features and buildings in particular from digital images is one of the most complex and challenging task faced by computer vision and photogrammetric communities. Extracted buildings are required for varieties of applications including urban planning, creation of GIS databases and development of urban city models for taxation. For decades, extraction of features has been done by photogrammetric methods using stereo plotters and digital work stations. Photogrammetric methodsdoi:10.17265/2162-5263/2016.04.004 fatcat:dqlvxkfstjdhbp5exd4bxef45a