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dc.contributor.authorShackelford, Aaron K., 1977-eng
dc.contributor.authorDavis, Curt H.eng
dc.date.issued2005-01eng
dc.description.abstractHigh-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 (DigitalGlobe's QuickBird and ORBIMAGE's OrbView-3). The spatial resolution and spectral information provided by these sensors make them well-suited for urban area applications. The high spatial resolution (0.6-1m) allows the delineation of fine-scale features in the urban environment, such as individual roads and buildings.eng
dc.identifier.citationEOM Earth Observation Magazine, 14.1 (2005)eng
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10355/2352eng
dc.publisherEOM Earth Observation Magazineeng
dc.relation.ispartofCenter for Geospatial Intelligence publications (MU)eng
dc.relation.ispartofcommunityUniversity of Missouri-Columbia. College of Engineering. Center for Geospatial Intelligenceeng
dc.subjecthigh spatial resolutioneng
dc.subjecthigh-resolution satellite imageryeng
dc.subjectcommercial satelliteseng
dc.subjectspectral informationeng
dc.subject.lcshRemote-sensing imageseng
dc.subject.lcshSatellite image mapseng
dc.subject.lcshLand use, Urbaneng
dc.titleAutomated Processing of High Resolution Satellite Imagery for Feature Extraction and Mapping of Urban Areaseng
dc.typeArticleeng


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