Paulina Lewińska

Paulina Lewińska
The University of York · Department of Computer Science

PhD

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October 2014 - present
AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków
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Publications (27)
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This study aimed to measure and validate altitudes from existing sources with direct GNSS measurements and airborne lidar data. For this purpose, 12 mountain peaks located in the south part of Polish territory were selected. Measurements were performed using a GNSS receiver using the Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) or static techniques enabling altitude...
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The Earth's surface is under permanent alteration with some nation’s areas growing or shrinking due to natural or man-made processes, for example sea level change. Here, based on the NUVEL 1A model, we forecast (in 10, 25, and 50 years the changes in area for countries that are located on the border of the major tectonic plates. In the analysis we...
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Technological development of remote sensing and computer graphic techniques resulted in various methods of documenting heritage sites. This paper presents validation of point clouds produced using different measurement techniques: SfM (based on images taken with a hand-held digital camera and from a UAV) and TLS and its products – a textured 3D vec...
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We present an approach for extracting quantifiable information from archival aerial photographs to extend the temporal record of change over a region of the central eastern Greenland Ice Sheet. The photographs we use were gathered in the 1930s as part of a surveying expedition, and so they were not acquired with photogrametric analysis in mind. Nev...
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The Chilcayoc Chico volcano is classified as a scoria cone and a part of the Quaternary Andahua Group, southern Peru. In 2017, we performed detailed geological and morphological surveys, including a collection of 163 photographs that allowed for the creation of a 3D model based on Structure-from-Motion (SfM) algorithms. We compare the results of mo...
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This research is focused on searching for frequency and noise characteristics for available GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System). The authors illustrated frequency stability and noise characteristics for a selected set of data from four different GNSS systems. For this purpose, 30 s interval clock corrections were used for the GPS weeks 1982-2...
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Special Issue Information: Improvement and advances in frontier technologies present new and unique chances and challenges at the same time. While promising prosperity, they also present risks of inequality, and thus raise new ethical and moral dilemmas. However, the current world is focusing on 'emerging technology' and its impact on sustainable...
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This paper describes the means of supporting virtual reconstruction of wooden and masonry buildings with the use of thermal infrared images. Not all remaining architectural heritage can be physically preserved. War, climate change and rapidly growing cities have caused damage and degradation to valuable historical buildings. In order to preserve th...
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Measurement of the geometry of marine-terminating glaciers is challenging due to the lack of stable ground areas in close proximity to the glacier. This precludes the use of fixed measuring devices and restricts the placement of ground control points. We propose a measurement procedure for marine-terminating glaciers using structure-from-motion inc...
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Analyses of riverbed shape evolution are crucial for environmental protection and local water management. For narrow rivers located in forested, mountain areas, it is difficult to use remote sensing data used for large river regions. We performed a study of the Prądnik River, located in the Ojców National Park (ONP), Poland. A multitemporal analysi...
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The research was aimed at analysing the factors that affect the accuracy of merging point clouds when scanning over longer distances. Research takes into account the limited possibilities of target placement occurring while scanning opposite benches of quarries or open-pit mines, embankments from opposite banks of rivers etc. In all these cases, th...
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Knowledge of the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) satellite clock error is crucial in real-time precise point positioning (PPP), seismology, and many other high-rate GNSS applications. In this work, the authors show the characterisation of the atomic GNSS clock’s stability and its dependency on the adopted orbit type using Allan deviation...
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In recent years, Building Information Model (BIM) has become a leading topic for construction-related fields. This technology may be viewed as a process, a type of database, a software or even a 3D model, but in fact, it integrates all these roles and many more. Heritage (Historic) Building Information Model (HBIM) is a standard for heritage object...
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The article presents comprehensive documentation of the situation of post-mining Miedzianka village (former town), which is located in Lower Silesia, in southwestern Poland. Due to the long-term expansive mining exploitation since the 14 th century, over time Miedzianka was completely destroyed and depopulated, thus nowadays, only a few inhabitants...
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Letychiv (pl. Latyczów) is a town located in central Ukraine in the Khmelnytskyi Oblast. It has a unique and complicated history. Second World War left it in ruin, destroying buildings, infrastructure and decimating its once large population. Perhaps the most prominent part of the town currently is the building Dominican convent with adjoin Letychi...
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Most of the historical sites of the Svalbard Archipelago comprise remains of whaling stations, trappers' huts and mining activities. Although most parts of Svalbard lie within the boundaries of national parks, not all cultural remains have been thoroughly documented and catalogued. The rapid development of modelling software allows for (re-)creatin...
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This paper revolves around newly designed and constructed system that can make 2D seismic measurement in natural, subsoil conditions and role of land survey in obtaining accurate results and linking them to 3D surface maps. A new type of land streamer, designed for shallow subsurface exploration is described in this paper. In land seismic data acqu...
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Spoil tips are anthropogenic terrain structures built of leftover (coal) mining materials. They consist mostly of slate and sandstone or mudstone but also include coal and highly explosive coal dust. Coal soil tip fires cause an irreversible degradation to the environment. Government organizations notice the potential problem of spoil tip hazard an...
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The purpose of this project is to determine a fast way of calculating the volume and distribution of snow mantle, which is located in wide terrain concavities in mountain areas. Our study area was so-called Szrenicki Cirque (Kocioł Szrenicki), which is the nival recess, located in Karkonosze Mountains, Poland. We analyzed modern technologies, that...
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This article gives a scientific description and comparative analysis of 3D models of Wang Temple’s altar in Karpacz. Two software’s were used to create 3D models from photographs: Agisoft Photoscan and Context Capture. It was important to follow a few rules during obtaining photo data: keeping 60% coverage between two photographs, taking photograph...
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The study is devoted to the uses of laser scanning in the field of engineering surveying. It is currently one of the main trends of research which is developed at the Department of Engineering Surveying and Civil Engineering at the Faculty of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering of AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. They...
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Spoil tips are anthropomorphic terrain structures built out of leftover materials from underground or open pit mining. Usually the term spoil tips refers to those build out of unusable particles from coal exploration. As such they consist mostly of slate and various types of sandstone or mudstone. But also include some amount of coal and, what is m...
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The subject of this study is selection of mathematical description (interpolation method) of landslides surface for the purpose of periodic control of terrain movements. Monitoring of landslides, considered in this work, concerns points of periodic GPS or tacheometric measurements carried out in a relatively regular grid. For economic reasons, the...
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W przypadku zastosowania technik satelitarnych w wyznaczaniu współrzędnych punktów na terenach górniczych częstym problemem może być brak odpowiedniej widoczności horyzontu. Skutkiem tego niedostateczna liczba widocznych satelitów może powodować wydłużenie sesji obserwacyjnej w pomiarach statycznych, bądź całkowicie uniemożliwić pomiar w trybie rze...
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Termowizja jest dziedziną techniki zajmującą się detekcją, rejestracją, przetwarzaniem i wizualizacją niewidzialnego promieniowania podczerwonego emitowanego przez obiekty. Otrzymany obraz jest odwzorowaniem rozkładu temperatury na powierzchni obserwowanego (analizowanego) obiektu [1]. Efektem badań tego typu jest t e r m o g r a m, czyli widzialny...

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The project aims to complete two major research tasks: 1. to get new insight into the mechanical loss of ice from tidewater glaciers (‘calving’) using a multi-sensor approach and 2. to transform passive acoustics into a practical tool for the long-term monitoring of calving fluxes and calving styles. This research is funded by the National Science Centre (Poland) - award no 2021/43/D/ST10/00616.