There can be a technical quirk in contour/DEM generation called "doming", I have attached a reference below. It results in distorted elevation mapping.
Is this a consideration for MME processing or field data collection? Apparently, it can be mitigated by using non-parallel flight lines or possibly in the point cloud processing(?).
Any thoughts on this topic as it applies to MME? I couldn't find any mention of it on this site. Thanks very much . . .
I would like to know if you are considering the “doming effect” for DEM-generation? It appears, when taking images from near-parallel directions and causes systematic errors in the 3D-model (DEM). See this paper for more information:
Therefore, some convergent images may help avoid this problem. Couldn’t this be done, using the center of the area to circle around and take some additional images?