Object-Oriented Analysis of Very High-Resolution QuickBird Data for Mega City Research in Delhi/India

@article{Niebergall2007ObjectOrientedAO,
  title={Object-Oriented Analysis of Very High-Resolution QuickBird Data for Mega City Research in Delhi/India},
  author={Susan Niebergall and Alexander Loew and W. Mauser},
  journal={2007 Urban Remote Sensing Joint Event},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-8}
}
The 21st century is the century of the cities and of urbanisation. Mega cities in rapidly urbanising regions are hot spots of demographic and socio-economic dynamics. Their rapid growth results in uncontrolled processes of fragmentation which counteracts governance and steering . Due to the high dynamics of mega cities, the traditional methods such as statistical and regional analyses or fieldwork are limited to capture the urban process. New monitoring and planning methodologies are therefore… CONTINUE READING
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