Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Digital Analysis of Remotely Sensed Imagery

Written in easy-to-follow language with a minimum of technical jargon, Digital Analysis of Remotely Sensed Imagery provides exhaustive coverage of the entire process of analyzing remotely sensed data for the purpose of producing accurate representations in thematic map format. The book explores cutting-edge techniques and trends in image analysis, as well as the relationship between image processing and other recently emerged special technologies.

Filled with numerous references to the current literature, this essential imaging resource paints a vivid picture of the current status of innovative image analysis methods and future directions in the field. Find state-of-the-art information on storage of remotely sensed data + the image analysis system + image rectification + image enhancement + image classification...accuracy assessment + change detection + intelligent image classification + decision tree classification + integration of image analysis with GIS/GPS + and much more.

PDF file, 689 pages, fully bookmarked, 9.16MB



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