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Reconstructing Aircraft Trajectories from Multi-Return Airborne Laser-Scanning Data
Data describing aircraft position and attitude are essential to computing return positions from ranging data collected during airborne laser scanning (ALS) campaigns. However, these data are often excluded from the products delivered to the client and their recovery after the contract is complete can require negotiations with the data provider, may involve additional costs, or even be infeasible. This paper presents a rigorous, fully automated, novel method for recovering aircraft positionsdoi:10.3390/rs11192258 fatcat:3gngzbitzbcgnhm7iojgkrrevu