Center for Geospatial Intelligence (MU)
The Center for Geospatial Intelligence (CGI) is an interdisciplinary center at the University of Missouri - Columbia (UMC). The center leverages significant ongoing R&D activities at UMC in the areas of satellite and airborne remote sensing, advanced geospatial data processing, automated feature extraction and target recognition, large dataset visualization, computer vision, intelligent databases, and information retrieval.
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ACMES: fast multiple-genome searches for short repeat sequences with concurrent cross-species information retrieval (Nucleic Acids Research, 2004)We have developed a web server for the life sciences community to use to search for short repeats of DNA sequence of length between 3 and 10 000 bases within multiple species. This search employs a unique and fast hash ...
Automated Processing of High Resolution Satellite Imagery for Feature Extraction and Mapping of Urban Areas (EOM Earth Observation Magazine, 2005-01)High-resolution satellite imagery became commercially available in late 1999 with the launch of Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite. In subsequent years, several other high-resolution commercial satellites were launched ...