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Title Remote sensing imagery / edited by Florence Tupin, Jordi Inglada, Jean-Marie Nicolas
Published London : ISTE ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 351 pages)
Series ISTE
ISTE
Contents Cover; Title Page; Contents; Preface; PART 1. SYSTEMS, SENSORS AND ACQUISITIONS; Chapter 1. Systems and Constraints; 1.1. Satellite systems; 1.2. Kepler's and Newton's laws; 1.3. The quasi-circular orbits of remote sensing satellites; 1.3.1. The orbit in the terrestrial referential: the recurrence cycle; 1.3.2. The effects of the Earth's flattening: the precession of the orbits; 1.3.3. Heliosynchronous orbits; 1.3.4. Tracking the orbits; 1.3.5. Usual orbits for remote sensing satellite; 1.4. Image acquisition and sensors; 1.4.1. Perspective ray in optical imagery for a vertical viewing
1.4.2. Perspective ray in radar imaging1.4.3. Resolution and footprint; 1.4.4. The swath in satellite imagery; 1.4.5. Images and motion; 1.5. Spectral resolution; 1.5.1. Introduction; 1.5.2. Technological constraints; 1.5.3. Calibration and corrections; 1.5.4. Image transmission; Chapter 2. Image Geometry and Registration; 2.1. The digital image and its sampling; 2.1.1. Swath sampling; 2.1.2. The pixels in optical imagery and in radar imagery; 2.2. Sensor agility and incidence angle; 2.2.1. Agility of optical sensors; 2.2.2. Agility of radar sensors
2.2.3. The effects of the incidence variation on the ground cell size2.2.4. The consequences of agility; 2.3. Georeferencing of remote sensing images; 2.3.1. From an image to an orthoimage; 2.3.2. The metaparameters of VHR optical images; 2.3.3. The levels of the images; 2.3.4. SAR image specificities; 2.4. Image registration; 2.4.1. The need for image registration; 2.4.2. Modeling the problem; 2.5. Conclusion; Chapter 3. The Physics of Optical Remote Sensing; 3.1. Radiometry; 3.1.1. Radiant energy, spectral energy, spectral sensitivity and equivalent energy; 3.1.2. The flux
3.1.3. The irradiance3.1.4. The radiance; 3.1.5. Temperature and emissivity; 3.1.6. Reflectance and albedo; 3.1.7. Example of the use of photometric quantities; 3.2. Geometric etendue, sensitivity of an instrument; 3.2.1. Axis sensor; 3.2.2. Scanners; 3.2.3. Pushbrooms; 3.3. Atmospheric effects; 3.3.1. Absorption; 3.3.2. Scattering; 3.3.3. Radiative transfer in the atmosphere; 3.3.4. Magnitude orders of the atmospheric effects; 3.4. Spectral properties of the surfaces; 3.5. Directional properties of the surfaces
3.6. Practical aspects: products, atmospheric corrections, directional corrections3.6.1. Absorption correction; 3.6.2. Scattering correction; 3.6.3. Examples of atmospheric correction results; Chapter 4. The Physics of Radar Measurement; 4.1. Propagation and polarization of electromagnetic waves; 4.1.1. Propagation of electromagnetic waves; 4.1.2. Polarization of the electromagnetic waves; 4.1.3. Partially polarized waves; 4.1.4. The group of Pauli matrices and the Stokes parameters; 4.2. Radar signatures; 4.2.1. RCS of a point target
Summary Dedicated to remote sensing images, from their acquisition to their use in various applications, this book covers the global lifecycle of images, including sensors and acquisition systems, applications such as movement monitoring or data assimilation, and image and data processing. It is organized in three main parts. The first part presents technological information about remote sensing (choice of satellite orbit and sensors) and elements of physics related to sensing (optics and microwave propagation). The second part presents image processing algorithms and their specificities for rada
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Geographical perception.
Geomorphology.
Physical geology.
Remote sensing.
Form Electronic book
Author Inglada, Jordi.
Nicolas, Jean-Marie, 1954-
Tupin, Florence.
ISBN 1118898966 (electronic bk.)
1118899105 (electronic bk.)
9781118898963 (electronic bk.)
9781118899106 (electronic bk.)