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The classification of pixels making up a satellite image is seen here, not only in order to cluster or discriminate these pixels, but exactly as an inversion procedure. The implemented adjustable combination of neural networks (ACNN) technique is built as a combination of self-organized neural...
By definition, the color of an object such as soil is highly dependent on its reflectance properties in the visible spectrum. In this study, the relationships between soil color and simulated reflectance values for the Landsat TM and SPOT HRV satellites are examined from a laboratory standpoint....
Correction of time series of Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) short-wave reflectances for directional effects is investigated for four semiarid Australian sites. Two contrasting models for the bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF), which satisfy the reciprocity...
During the two SIR-C/X-SAR missions in 1994, surface film experiments were performed in the North Sea with a 5-frequency/multipolarization scatterometer flown on a helicopter, in order to investigate the reduction of the radar backscatter in the presence of quasibiogenic and anthropogenic sea...
The concept and description of a remote sensing aerosol monitoring network initiated by NASA, developed to support NASA, CNES, and NASDA’s Earth satellite systems under the name AERONET and expanded by national and international collaboration, is described. Recent development of...
With the goal of applying derivative spectral analysis to analyze high-resolution, spectrally continuous remote sensing data, several smoothing and derivative computation algorithms have been reviewed and modified to develop a set of cross-platform spectral analysis tools. Emphasis was placed on...
This study evaluates the use of polarimetric Air borne S ynthetic A perture R adar (AIRSAR) data to assess woody shrub density in a semiarid site where the vegetation consists primarily of varied mixtures of herbaceous vegetation and shrubs. AIRSAR data and field observations of vegetation cover...
Canopy reflectance measurements of semileafless pea and faba bean crops grown under irrigated and rain-fed conditions were taken with a field spectroradiometer. These legume crops have different canopy architectures. During crop growth nine vegetation indices (VIs) were calculated from...
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