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Journal:   GEOGRAPHICAL DATA   fall 2018 , Volume 27 , Number 107 #a00476; Page(s) 3 To 4.

The implementation of 3D urban cadastre based on aerial imagery by the real estate management ability in Tehran Metropolis

Author(s):  Khoshboresh Masouleh Mehdi*, SADEGHIAN SAEED
* school of surveying and geospatial engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
Introduction: Over the past two centuries, in many countries in the world, population density has dramatically grown in urban areas, resulting in cities to witness rising construction of multi-story apartment buildings and utilizing above and below ground spaces. Expansion of tower construction and development of infrastructure networks are among the obvious examples of using above and below ground spaces of cities. Today, in order to manage these complex structures, the urban managers use three-dimensional urban models to plan for the future of the city. The land information is considered as the basis for the development of each country; among other things, cadaster as a parcel-based land information system can accurately determine the status and location of the real estates. Unlike the traditional cadastral system, the 3D cadaster is capable of modeling such features as buildings considering the third dimension i. e. height, thereby establishing the access rights for owners, whether individuals or organizations. Currently, the real estate management model is one of the best and most efficient ones for the implementation of 3D cadaster, which is originally developed based on the unified modeling language (UML). Accordingly, the aim of the present research is to generate a 3D urban cadastral model using the aerial imagery to improve the real estate management in the metropolitan area of Tehran by taking an executive approach...
Keyword(s): 3D Urban Cadastre, LADM, Aerial imagery, Uraban management, Tehran metropolis
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