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Detecting Underground Geospatial Features for Protection of Rights in 3D Space: Korean Cases
Interest in underground space development is increasing owing to overcrowding in urban areas, and this trend is expected to continue in the future. Therefore, there exists a need to systematically establish and manage information on underground spaces. This information includes both the physical status, that indicates the location or shape of the space, and the status of property rights related to the ownership and use of the space. In this study, a technique to register an entire undergrounddoi:10.3390/app11031102 fatcat:kwxtgdbnwra3vcxhtip4blrbpa