New algorithms for verifying the consistency between satellite images and survey conditions
This paper is concerned with the problem of verifying the consistency of the Earth remote sensing data, including digital optical images and survey parameters metadata. The solution of the problem is based on analysis of specific numerical characteristics of the image that depend directly on the survey parameters, such as position of the Sun, position of the spacecraft, and orientation of the recorder. This paper presents two fully automatic calculation procedures (algorithms) of performing such analysis and making a decision about mutual consistency or inconsistency of the data.
Keywordssatellite image vector map model-oriented descriptor amplitude-phase mismatch Canny edge detector edge tracing
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