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"Satellite Information Classification and Interpretation" ed. by Rustam B. Rustamov
ITExLi | 2019 | ISBN: 1838807934 9781838807931 1838805672 9781838805678 1838805664 9781838805661 | 143 pages | PDF | 19 MB
This volume is dedicated to classification and interpretation of the processes taking place on the Earth and in space.
Without a doubt, understanding what we must do to save our home, our planet, and how we are to do it is of the gravest importance for the present generation and the next. Clearly, advances won through space technology and applications of the same to the study of Earth play an excellent and vital role in classification and interpretation of the processes taking place on the Earth and in space. Today, space technology helps us understand Earth and how we can support and manage its state, to keep it in working condition under the current circumstances. How can we do this? Obviously, we must use appropriate methods and instruments to collect the information we need. In the meantime, it is necessary to develop systems to analyze and process the data collected.
1.Introductory Chapter: Aerospace Information Classification
2.Pan-sharpening Using Spatial-frequency Method
3.Lossy Compression of Remote Sensing Images with Controllable Distortions
4.Reverse Satellite Transionospheric Sounding: Advantages and Prospects
5.High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Classification for Urban Form Detection
6.Water Management in Irrigation Systems by Using Satellite Information
7.Validation of Satellite (TMPA and IMERG) Rainfall Products with the IMD Gridded Data Sets over Monsoon Core Region of India
8.Near- and Middle-Infrared Monitoring of Burned Areas from Space
9.The Use of Visible Geostationary Operational Meteorological Satellite Imagery in Mapping the Water Balance over Puerto Rico for Water Resource Management
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