Edited By: I Kanellopoulos, GG Wilkinson and T Moons
335 pages, 165 figs, 13 tabs
This volume describes some of the latest developments in the techniques for the analysis of remotely sensed satellite imagery. Focussing in particular on structural information and image understanding, the book will provide a useful guide to emerging techniques which will be of value in the exploitation of the new generation of very high resolution imagery. A number of contributions draw on recent work in the computer vision field. The book explores the increasing links between computer vision and remote sensing, and includes chapters from authors working in the two fields. It brings together the work of a number of European experts who participated in the events of a Concerted Action supported by the Environment and Climate Programme of the European Commission.
Foreward; Introduction; Part I: Image Processing and computer vision methods for remote sensing; Part II: High Resolution data; Part III: Visualisation, 3D and stereo; Part IV: Image interpretation and classification; Part V: Segmentation and feature extraction.The complete table of contents can be found on the Internet: http://www springer.de
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