By Chi Hau Chen
Written through leaders within the box of distant sensing info processing, this paintings covers the frontiers of distant sensors, specially with potent algorithms for signal/image processing and trend reputation with distant sensing info. Sensor and knowledge fusion matters, SAR photos, hyperspectral photos, and similar targeted subject matters also are tested. thoughts using neural networks, wavelet transforms, and knowledge-based platforms are emphasised. a distinct set of 3 chapters is dedicated to seismic research and discrimination. In precis, the amount offers an authoritative therapy of significant themes in distant sensing info processing and defines new frontiers for those parts
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Frontiers of Remote Sensing Information Processing by Chi Hau Chen