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Use of pseudocolor metric at evaluating the condition of natural objects by remote sensing methods
Author(s): E. A. Alexeev; A. E. Matveev; A. A. Kovalev
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Paper Abstract

The practice of using multichannel scanning systems and videospectrometers has shown the presence of a problem of information redundancy as well as the presence of a problem of increasing the accuracy and operativeness of identification, especially for objects with small changes in spectral characteristics. Agricultural crops and soils as the objects of monitoring are characterized by large accidental changeability of the spectral properties in space and time, that results in the identification accuracy errors of up to 15 - 20%. At the same time, the present task of nature management requires a realization of the ecological monitoring of agricultural biogeosystems with the aim of checking and controlling. This requires an improvement of the quality of optical remote information and new information technologies of its processing, enabling early detection, localization and identification of sowing of the soils and agricultural crops, evaluation of their provision with the elements of mineral nutrition. In this case, it is necessary to exclude to a maximum extent the influence of various natural and technical factors (NTF) , distorting the information obtained by remote methods.

Paper Details

Date Published: 31 December 1993
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 2161, CIS Selected Papers: Photometry, (31 December 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.166377
Show Author Affiliations
E. A. Alexeev, Moscow Power Institute (Russia)
A. E. Matveev, Moscow Power Institute (Russia)
A. A. Kovalev, Moscow Power Institute (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2161:
CIS Selected Papers: Photometry
Leonid S. Ushakov, Editor(s)

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