EXTRACTING AND EVALUATING CLUSTERS IN DINSAR DEFORMATION DATA ON SINGLE BUILDINGS
In the past two decades persistent scatterer interferometry (PSI) has become a well understood and powerful method to monitor the deformations of man-made structures. PSI can derive displacement histories of thousands of scattered points on a single building with accuracy of a few millimetre per year, by analysing space-borne SAR data. In this paper, we present a method to cluster PS points on a single building into segments which show the same deformation behavior. The spatial distribution of those clusters gives an insight into the structural behavior of a building. We use dimensionality reduction to visualize the clusters in the deformation space. The comparison of our extracted displacement patterns with ground truth data from precise levelling and 3D tachymetry confirms the plausibility of our remote sensing method.