Determination of network attributes from a high resolution terrain data base
Choi, Seok Cheol
Parry, Samuel H.
Schoenstadt, Arthur L.
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The purpose of this research is to develop algorithms for mapping terrain characteristics from a 100 meter grid representation to arcs and nodes of a transportation network. The algorithms capture elevation and trafiicability parameters as they relate to both the arc itself and to the off-arc characteristics. These network parameters are directly usable in appropriate optimization algorithms to determine minimum travel time path and minimum distance path through the network for a variety of maneuver unit types and missions.
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