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Multiseasonal variables in digital image enhancements for geological applications
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|Statement||Ícaro Vitorello, Raimundo Almeida Filho.|
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|Contributions||Almeida Filho, Raimundo., Instituto de Pesquisas Espaciais (Brazil), United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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By N. Parada, I. Vitorello and R. Almeidafilho. Abstract. Examples of enhanced multiseasonal orbital imagery illustrate the influence of multiseasonal changes in their spatial and spectral attributes, and consequently in their application to structural Get this from a library.
Multiseasonal variables in digital image enhancements for geological applications. [Icaro Vitorello; Raimundo Almeida Filho; Instituto de Pesquisas Espaciais (Brazil); United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.] MULTISEASONAL VARIABLES GEOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS IMAGE ENHANCEMENTS ILLUMINATION CONDITIONS 7. U.D.C.: 8. Title 3 INPEPRE NQ of pages: 12 MULTISEASONAL VARIABLES IN DIGITAL IMAGE Last page: 11 EdUNCEMENTS FOR GEOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS Revised by (^,^di°-^ 9.
Authorship Icaro P"',L(Vitorello Raimundo The extraction of maximum geological information requires, at least, a fall/winter and a spring/summer scene from which spatial, spectral and multiseasonal attributes can be adequately explored The multi-spectral and hyper-spectral imaging characteristics, synoptic viewing capability and availability of the data in digital form amenable for various types of digital image enhancements and A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// Identificação de Rochas Ultramáficas por Imagens Digitais TM - Landsat 5 no Escudo Sul-rio-grandense, RS Multiseasonal variables in digital image enhancements for geological :// Article in edited book De Paor, D.
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