Cartographic indexing into a database of remotely sensed images

  title={Cartographic indexing into a database of remotely sensed images},
  author={Benoit Huet and Edwin R. Hancock},
This paper aims to develop simple statistical methods for indexing line patterns. The application vehicle used in this study involves indexing into an aerial image database using a cartographic model. The images contained in the database are of urban and semi-urban areas. The cartographic model represents a road network known to appear in a subset of the images contained within the database. There are known to be severe imaging distortions present and the data cannot be recovered by applying a… CONTINUE READING

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