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—This paper presents a computationally efficient method for stereo image matching of remote sensing images. Traditional correlation methods often fail to give correct matching when the slope of the terrain is very high. A novel technique called aspect-based estimation is proposed here to find the best match points and to estimate the slope of the terrain.(More)
Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) oil spill images are corrupted by speckle noise due to random interference of electromagnetic waves. The speckle degrades the quality of the oil spill images and makes interpretations, analysis and classifications of SAR images harder. Therefore, some speckle mitigation is necessary prior to the processing of SAR oil spill(More)
Image fusion is the technique of combining useful information gathered from different visual sensors to present substantial image information. The fused image contains better information than any single source image. The statistical measures are used as quality gauge to identify the importance of the image or sub image. In general most of the images are(More)
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