Morton S. Farber

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A high speed of retrieval is very important to developing an effective image cube search algorithm for the remote sensing community. Following the work of Berman and Shapiro, it is shown that a triangle inequality search technique applied to a relevance feedback retrieval algorithm can significantly speed up the search for and retrieval of physical events(More)
Image sequences of the ocean have been collected at long range and low grazing angle with an airborne infrared system. The images are geographically registered, and 3-D frequency-wavenumber spectra are calculated and shown to have a strong 2-D dispersion surface that is characteristic of wind waves and swell. Wave directions compare well with in situ(More)
This paper demonstrates the capability of a set of image search algorithms and display tools to search large databases for multiand hyperspectral image cubes most closely matching a particular query cube. An interactive search and analysis tool is presented and tested based on a relevance feedback approach that uses the “human-in-the-loop” to enhance a(More)
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