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Radiometric Normalization

  • H. B. Mitchell
Chapter

Introduction

The subject of this chapter is radiometric calibration, or normalization, which we define as the conversion of all sensor values to a common scale. This is the fourth and last function listed in Sect. 4.1 which is required for the formation of a common representational format. Although conceptually the radiometric normalization and semantic alignment are very different, we often use the same probabilistic transformation for both semantic alignment and radiometric normalization. The reader should be careful not to confuse the two terms.

In many multi-sensor data fusion applications radiometric normalization is the primary fusion algorithm. In Table 8.1 we list some of these applications together with the classification of the type of fusion algorithm involved.

Keywords

Virtual Screening Syndromic Surveillance Isotonic Regression Platt Calibration Isotonic Function 
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  1. 1.Section 3424IAI Elta Electronics Ind. Ltd.AshdodIsrael

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