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Remote Sensing System Engineering V
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 9223
Date Published: 3 October 2014
Softcover: 9 papers (100) pages
ISBN: 9781628412505

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Front Matter: Volume 9223
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Persistent observations of the Arctic from a highly elliptical orbits using multispectral, wide field of view day-night imagers
Author(s): Jeffery J. Puschell; David Johnson; Steven Miller
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VIIRS reflective solar bands on-orbit calibration coefficient performance using imagery and moderate band intercomparisons
Author(s): D. Moyer; N. Vandermierden; K. Rausch; F. De Luccia
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Uncooled emissive infrared imager for CubeSats
Author(s): Jeffery J. Puschell; Paolo Masini
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Calibration of a system to collect visible-light polarization data for classification of geosynchronous satellites
Author(s): Andy Speicher; Mohammad Matin; Roger Tippets; Francis Chun
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Control architecture for an adaptive electronically steerable flash lidar and associated instruments
Author(s): Lyle Ruppert; Jeremy Craner; Timothy Harris
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Pattern recognition applied to infrared images for early alerts in fog
Author(s): Vincent Boucher; Mario Marchetti; Jean Dumoulin; Aurélien Cord
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Appreciation of the traffic effects on the RST by infrared thermography
Author(s): Abderrahmen Khalifa; Mario Marchetti; Michel Buès
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A hybrid algorithm for robust acoustic source localization in noisy and reverberant environments
Author(s): Ramesh Rajagopalan; Timothy Dessonville
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An optical positioning sensor by combining optical projection and a virtual camera model
Author(s): Benrui Zheng; Yue Dong; Brigid Mullany; Edward Morse; Angela Davies
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