A Kind of New Surface Modeling Method Based on DEM Data

BAI Xuming, YUAN Shenghui, TANG Chuanzhang, CUI Hongliang, WANG Zexuan, CHENG Zhanzhan, TAO Guoping

Abstract


Surface elevation changes greatly in the river erosion area. Due to the limitation of the acquisition equipment and cost, the traditional seismic acquisition data has sparse physical points both horizontally and longitudinally, the density of surface measurement data is not enough to survey the surface structure in detail. With the development of science and technology, and the application of satellite technology, the DEM elevation data obtained from the geographic information system (GIS) are becoming more and more accurate. In this paper, a precise modeling is performed on the surface based on the geographic information from the river erosion area and combined with the results of the surface survey control points, a good effect is achieved.
Key words: River erosion area; Geographic information; Similarity coefficient; Kriging interpolation; Surface modeling; High and low frequency statics

Keywords


River erosion area; Geographic information; Similarity coefficient; Kriging interpolation; Surface modeling; High and low frequency statics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.aped.1925543820130601.1569

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