An Interactive Image Processing and Analysis System
Image processing is a computer application which requires tremendous storage capacity and large amounts of processing. Man-machine interactive analysis and processing are preferred to batch processing for more efficient image analysis because of the wide variety of image characteristics. Human judgement of resultant images and human selection of processing algorithms and/or parameters make computer processing very efficient.
KeywordsLANDSAT Image Image Display Fingerprint Image Disk File Programmable Processor
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