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Surname, Name., 1*
Yakar, M.,1 Yılmaz, H.M.,2and Orhan, O.,1
1 Selçuk University, Engineering Faculty, Department of Geomatic Engineering, Konya, Turkey (firstname.lastname@example.org);
2 Aksaray University, Engineering Faculty, Department of Geomatic Engineering, Aksaray, Turkey (hmyilmaz @aksaray.edu.tr)
*Corresponding Author, Received: 00/XX/201X, Accepted: 00/XX/201X
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Legat, K., 2006. Approximate direct georeferencing in national coordinates. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote
Sensing 60 (4), 239–255.
Pfeifer, N and Briese, C., 2007, Laser scanning-principles and applications, Geo-Sibir, Nowosibirsk, III International Scientific Conference, pp. 93 - 112
Smith, J., 1987a. Close range photogrammetry for analyzing distressed trees. Photogrammetria, 42(1), pp. 47-56.
Smith, J., 1987b. Economic printing of color orthophotos. Report KRL-01234, Kennedy Research Laboratories, Arlington, VA, USA.
Large, R.G. Andrew and Heritage, L. George, 2009, Laser scanning-Evolution of the dicipline, Laser Scanning for the Environmental Sciences, pp.1-20, 278 pg., ISBN:978-1-405-15717-9, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford
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