Mosaïquage de données géoréférencées du cadastre ancien : vers une approche basée sur les graphes

Abstract : In recent years, we note a craze for the study of old documents. The Napoleonic cadastre is a tool for temporal analysis of the evolution of territories at different scales. In order to have a more detailed analysis than by studying the paper documents of the cadastre, it is necessary to vectorize and georeference them. However, georeferencing induces many errors between the different vectorized data, such as holes or overlapping between plots. Correction tools exist on proprietary software, but the processing chain proposed by the Laboratoire Géomatique et Foncier is based on open source tools. In this TFE, we will focus on the correction of these errors by two methods: tiling based on a toolchain proposed by QGIS software, and an approach based on graph theory and neighbourhood relationships to provide tiling guidance.
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Jean-Marc Beveraggi. Mosaïquage de données géoréférencées du cadastre ancien : vers une approche basée sur les graphes. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2018. ⟨dumas-02092715⟩

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