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Image transformation refers to the processing of spectral bands into “new” images in order to highlight image features of interest. Remote sensing literature review indicates that spectral and spatial indices can improve land use/cover classification accuracy. In this workbook, selected vegetation and texture indices will be computed from Landsat 5 TM imagery. The selected vegetation and texture indices will be used for image classification in Chap. 5.
KeywordsImage transformation Vegetation indices Texture Landsat 5 TM imagery
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