Yann Meneroux

Yann Meneroux
Institut national de l’information géographique et forestière | IGN · Laboratoire COGIT

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In this paper, we examine the properties of the radial distance which has been used as a tool to compare the shape of simple surfacic objects. We give a rigorous definition of the radial distance and derive its theoretical properties, and in particular under which conditions it satisfies the distance properties. We show how the computation of the r...
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In this paper, we describe a framework to find a good quality waste collection tour after a flood, without having to solve a complicated optimization problem from scratch in limited time. We model the computation of a waste collection tour as a capacitated routing problem, on the vertices or on the edges of a graph, with uncertain waste quantities...
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The increasing availability of large-scale global positioning system data stemming from in-vehicle-embedded terminal devices enables the design of methods deriving road network cartographic information from drivers’ recorded traces. Some machine learning approaches have been proposed in the past to train automatic road network map inference, and re...
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Land use and land cover (LULC) mapping is often undertaken by national mapping agencies, where these LULC products are used for different types of monitoring and reporting applications. Updating of LULC databases is often done on a multi-year cycle due to the high costs involved, so changes are only detected when mapping exercises are repeated. Con...
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Avec la démocratisation des appareils connectés équipés d’un récepteur GPS, de grandes quantités de trajectoires de véhicules deviennent disponibles, notamment via les flottes de véhicules professionnels et les applications mobiles collaboratives de navigation et d’assistance à la conduite. Récemment, les techniques dites de map inference, visant à...
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Many different websites offer the opportunity to share and download landmarks and routes produced by the crowd. Landmarks near to a route or routes passing near to some landmarks may help in the context of mountain rescue. Therefore, it is necessary to identify relevant data sources and to describe their characteristics. In this paper, we set out t...
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In this work, we investigate the effectiveness of a method leveraging multi-GNSS positioning with low-cost receiver to control the accuracy of a set of predefined points with short time acquisition and reduced sky view factor. Final accuracy is required to be sub-meter level. 20 positions located in Tokyo (Japan) have been observed for 6 minutes wi...
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Map-matching GPS traces on a reference road network often increases point positional accu- racy, especially in urban environment where satellite signal is frequently obstructed by buildings. However, with receivers improvement, road data errors may no longer be ipso facto considered as negligible in front of GPS trace errors. This raises the questi...
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Being able to merge high quality and complete building models with parcel data is of a paramount importance for any application dealing with urban planning. However since parcel boundaries often stand for the legal reference frame, the whole correction will be exclusively done on building features. Then a major task is to identify spatial relations...
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Weather condition is part of our everyday life and we knows that it has effect in our decision for our activity choices. This explores the weather effects on people's everyday activity pattern, specifically, on the after work activity patterns of office workers in Tokyo, Japan. Activity of people where estimated using GPS traces of their mobile pho...

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The project CHOUCAS is an interdisciplinary research project aiming to respond to a need expressed by the PGHM of Grenoble to help localising victims in montain area. The project is leading by COGIT team from IGN involving three partners: the STeamer team of the Grenoble Informatics Laboratory (LIG) and the MOVIES team of the Computer Science Lab. of the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) as well as the High Mountain Gendarmerie Platoon of Grenoble. CHOUCAS is funded by the French National Research Agency