Ke-Sheng Cheng

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Rectification of a remote sensing image is commonly done matically over the last decade. No remote sensing images are free of geometric distortions and an essential requireby applying polynomial regression models to image coordinates and map coordinates of ground control points. A ment for integrated processing of remote sensing images and data from(More)
his study demonstrates the feasibility of coastal water quality mapping using satellite remote sensing images. Water quality sampling campaigns were conducted over a coastal area in northern Taiwan for measurements of three water quality variables including Secchi disk depth, turbidity, and total suspended solids. SPOT satellite images nearly concurrent(More)
A frequency-factor based approach for stochastic simulation of bivariate gamma distribution is proposed. The approach involves generation of bivariate normal samples with a correlation coefficient consistent with the correlation coefficient of the corresponding bivariate gamma samples. Then the bivariate normal samples are transformed to bivariate gamma(More)
An indicator kriging (IK) approach for remote sensing image classification is proposed. By introducing indicator variables for categorical data, the work of image classification is transformed into estimation of class-dependent probabilities in feature space using ordinary kriging. Individual pixels are then assigned to the class with maximum class(More)
Rainfall amount drawn by typhoon events accounts for a significant portion of annual rainfall in Taiwan. Changes in typhoon rainfall due to climate change may have severe consequences for water resources management. A stochastic simulation approach is proposed for evaluation of changes in typhoon rainfall under certain climate change scenarios. The number(More)
For satellite remote sensing, radiances received at the sensor are not only affected by the atmosphere but also by the topographic properties of the terrain surface. As a result, atmospheric correction alone does not yield output images that truly reflect terrain surface properties, namely surface reflectance (bidirectional reflectance factor, BRF) of(More)
Supervised land-use/land-cover (LULC) classifications are typically conducted using class assignment rules derived from a set of multiclass training samples. Consequently, classification accuracy varies with the training data set and is thus associated with uncertainty. In this study, we propose a bootstrap resampling and reclassification approach that can(More)
The effects of climate change on synoptic scale storms like typhoons can have profound impacts on practices of water resources management. A stochastic multisite simulation approach is proposed for assessing the impact of climate changes on basin-average annual typhoon rainfalls (BATRs) under certain synthesized climate change scenarios. Number of typhoon(More)
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