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By Alias Abdul-Rahman

The publication offers a suite of approved papers from the 3DGeoinfo 2015 foreign convention held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from October 28 – 30, 2015. All papers underwent double-blind evaluation via specialists from around the world. The convention introduced jointly pioneering foreign researchers and practitioners to facilitate the discussion on rising themes within the box of 3D geo-information. the point of interest parts comprise: - info assortment and Modeling: complicated ways for 3D information assortment, reconstruction and techniques for illustration- info administration: topological, geometrical and community types for upkeep of 3D geoinformation- info research and Visualization: frameworks for representing 3D spatial relationships, 3D spatial research and algorithms for navigation, interpolation, complex VR, AR and MR visualisation, in addition to 3D visualization on cellular units- 3D purposes: urban versions, Cadastre, LBS, etc.

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Hengl (2006) discusses the importance of considering the resolution of a raster, and underlines that in GIS projects the resolution is usually selected without any scientific justification. Usery et al. (2004) determined the resolution effects on watershed modelling by resampling input rasters, and concluded that the resolution has a significant effect on the accuracy of the result. Booij (2005), Chaubey et al. (2005), Ling et al. (2008), and Pogson and Smith (2015) performed similar analyses with similar results.

There is a variety of methods and metrics to express the correspondence of two shapes in GIS (Ruiz et al. 2011; Goodchild and Hunter 1997), one of the prominent being the Hausdorff distance (Hausdorff 1914). It has been widely used in geoinformation science and 3D city modelling for diverse purposes (Min et al. 2007), for instance, to assess the quality of GIS data (Girres and Touya 2010), to assess the performance of 3D generalisation (Cignoni et al. 1998), to aid map matching (Mustiere and Devogele 2008), to analyse movement trajectories (Liu et al.

Biljecki et al. 3 3 Level of detail Fig. 5 Errors and computation cost for each LOD. The metrics are normalised according to the least favourable result Table 1 Numerical results of the experiments. 1 Findings and Discussion The main findings of the experiments, as shown in Fig. 5 and Table 1, suggest that the relative errors between most LODs are small, and the improvements of each LOD are not significant. Furthermore, we point out other findings: ∙ The improvement of LOD2 over LOD1 is almost negligible if considering the shadow as a whole (only a 3 % reduction in the area error).

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