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Recent reports show that humans and animals do not acquire information about routes and object locations in the same way. In spatial memory, a specific sub-system is hypothesized to be involved in encoding, storing and recalling navigational information, and it is segregated from the sub-system devoted to small-scale environment. We assessed this hypothesis(More)
This paper describes a procedure developed at University College London for the automatic stereo matching of SAR imagery from NASA's Seasat satellite. The method employed uses Gruen's least squares correlation technique to improve the match accuracy of randomly generated points as they are cascaded down an image pyramid, coupled with a sheet growing(More)
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