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Dwelling unit estimation from aerial photography.

Ronald Edward Binsell

Dwelling unit estimation from aerial photography.

by Ronald Edward Binsell

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerial photography in geography,
  • Housing surveys

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesToronto. University. Theses (B.A.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T62 B47
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[68 leaves]
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18314383M

    codes indicating 2 to 4 dwelling units, the higher number of dwelling units has been assumed to provide a slightly conservative estimate of the DEI. Land use information was reviewed along with aerial photography to further identify residential land uses. In some areas with multi-family buildings and condominiums, it was necessary to estimate the. Dwelling Units Per Acre Coefficient ii. Household Coefficient iii. Vacancy Rate aerial photography ( aerial photography was not yet available). In TSZ’s within the City of Fort Worth, NCTCOG data and, when applicable, final building book, Planner’s Estimating Guide: Projecting Land-Use and Facility Needs by Arthur.

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    calculate the number of dwelling units at build-out were applied to estimate dwelling units in The calculation was only completed for the census blocks that were completely within the Mullica River Watershed. The number of predicted dwelling units was then multiplied by average number of people per dwelling unit in ( people. In , 7, dwelling units were approved, an increase of 83 percent from The estimated number of jobs created by commercial and industrial approvals tota, a large increase compared to FREEWAY Aerial photography is used to collect traffic data to document congestion on all directional.


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Dwelling unit estimation from aerial photography by Ronald Edward Binsell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dwelling unit estimation with color-ir photos. one application of aerial photo-interpretation procedures to urban analysis receiving considerable attention is the estimation of dwelling units in areas of high population density.

color-infrared photographs of metropolitan boston of a scaleis examined, and found to be capable of. The application of aerial photo-interpretation procedures to urban analysis has recently been receiving considerable attention, One application receiving such attention is the estimation of dwelling units in areas of high population density.

In this study color in- frared photography of metropolitan Boston of a scaleis. indicates that housing unit counts from photos are quite accurate. Therefore, the key to the overall accuracy of the population estimate is in deter- mining the values of the demographic measures- vacancy rates and household sizes in this study- that most effectively convert the housing unit enu- meration into a population figure.

The house count method of population estimation is applied to a rural area of immigrant vegetable farmers in the New Territories of Hong Kong usingscale aerial photographs and a Bausch Author: Ahmed Ramzi.

In this paper house density has been calculated on medium scale photographs and efforts have been made to recognize the physical characteristics of houses on aerial photographs for the purpose of house density mapping.

Although the aerial photographs reveal wealth of information regarding the houses, only the residential plots as house units have Author: N. Gautam. Dwelling unit presence–absence was mapped from airborne images unit count from aerial photography is the most accurate remote-sensing method for population estimation.

the average number of persons per dwelling unit should be available. It also assumes all dwellings are occupied. Aerial photography is more commonly used than satellite imagery Dwelling unit estimation from aerial photography.

book to its high resolution. Hsu () and Lindgren () used this method to estimate and map the population distribu-tion in the Atlanta and Boston metropolitan areas. Traditionally, population estimates are based on dwelling-unit counts from aerial photography (HsuLo and ChanWatkins and MorrowLoTaragi et al.

This approach, which largely relies on visual identification and enumeration of dwelling units, is a relic of the housing-unit (HU) method of popula.

LO, C.P.,Automated population and dwelling unit estimation from high-resolution satellite images: a GIS approach. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 16, pp. Binsell, ng Unit Estimation from Aerial Photography, Department of Geography, Northwestern University, June, Branch, M.

Aerial Photography in Urban Planning and Research, Harvard City Planning Study No. 14 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press), The soils data are derived from twoscale Thai military base maps. A soil survey map, created using aerial photography and field verification, contains detailed soil characteristics, but the data do not cover the entire study area.

Orthophoto maps may also support dwelling unit counts and population estimation, if is available a reliable estimate of the average number of persons per household In a rural setting, the number of dwelling units can be determined fairly easily, while in urban settings, the number of dwellings may be more difficult to determine.

Metropolitan Statistical Area, has been outlined on the NASA high altitude color infrared aerial photo- graph taken in April at a contact scale ofThis photo is illustrative of the type of imagery from which our estimates of numbers of residential units were made.

dwelling units were counted from the aerial photographs in Liberia and multiplied by the number of occupants obtained from a ground survey (Porter, ). Since then, counting the dwelling units and estimating population based on average household size have been long used using large scale aerial photographs (Lo, ).

Aerial photography (or airborne imagery) is the taking of photographs from an aircraft or other flying object. Platforms for aerial photography include fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or "drones"), balloons, blimps and dirigibles, rockets, pigeons, kites, parachutes, stand-alone telescoping and vehicle-mounted poles.

Mounted cameras may be. It provides aerial photos and street pattern maps for the entire range of housing density in America from units per acre in Beverly Hills to nearly units per acre in New York City. In this book version of the Planetizen Top Website 'Visualizing Density,' Campoli presents accurate descriptions of density and land use patterns in the Reviews: 5.

The article considers the spatial distribution and settlement type characterisation based on spatial layout and dwelling types for various low-income settlements found on dolomite in Gauteng and surrounding areas (Gauteng City Region). Settlement types that were considered, based on aerial photography, cadastral information and field verification, include informal settlements, formal.

Using color infrared photography of a scaleLindgreen () attempted to estimate the number of dwelling units in four select areas of metropolitan Boston. He pointed out that from such estimates a number of additional estimates could be generated, including total population.

The paper addresses elements of a cost-estimating approach for photogrammetric mapping and related aerial photography and control surveying services. The background for the estimating approach is presented, as are the details related to the elements incorporated in the algorithm to estimate costs.

Dwelling unit counts are a self-evident application alt- hough difficulty is encountered with multi-family or multi-story dwellings. Housing quality is a more spe- cialized use of aerial photography and depends heavily on surrogates or indicators in the surrounding land-.

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The connection fee is based on equivalent dwelling units (EDUs). A minimum of one EDU shall be used for all new connections. showing the number of units connected to the lateral must accompany the Calculation Worksheet. request that Citizens research past aerial photography to verify that the property had a building on it.Using aerial photography and in situ measurements to estimate the quantity of (calculated using balloon-assisted aerial photography) by the mass of litter per unit area.

Light plastics such as polyethylene made up 55% of all plastic litter on the beach, although more work is needed to determine whether lighter plastics are transported to.