PHOTOGRAMMETRIC ENGINEERING & REMOTE SENSING
This text proceeds
methodically from first
(data types, arithmetic,
and algebra) through
increasingly more complex sub-disciplines
within mathematics (geometry, trigonometry, and
calculus), turning then to methods that cross
disciplines and support geographic data analysis
(matrices, vectors, curves and surfaces, and
transformations and projections).
The Column of the Student Advisory Council.
This month we look at The Republic of Mauritius.
Ma Yue, Li Song, Lu Xiushan, Yi Hong, Zhou Hui, Zhou Hui,
Weight matrices play an important role in systematic bias calibration, but few papers
have examined the weight matrix determination method, which is designed and verified
in this paper for a satellite laser altimeter.
Rayma A. Cooley, Peter T. Wolter,
The use of remotely-sensed satellite and aerial imagery in predicting early-seral aspen
regeneration structure and vegetation species richness following wildfire in Minnesota’s
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and the degree to which these structure
variables are influenced by pre-fire aspen abundance and fire severity.
A new coarse-to-fine registration algorithm based on phase information proposed for
multi-source optical satellite images; especially for images with significant different or
even inverse intensity.
Two approaches which take advantage of prior information regarding a UAV flight
trajectory are proposed for reliable estimation of Relative Orientation Parameters (ROPs)
in the presence of high percentage of matching outliers.
Jinshan Cao, Xiuxiao Yuan, Yi Fang,
Taking full advantage of linear features in photogrammetric processing, we present a
feasible geometric calibration approach for the ZY-3 three-line cameras using ground
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