Object-oriented Image Analysis and Scale-space : Theory and Methods for Modeling and Evaluating Multiscale Landscape Structure

@inproceedings{Blaschke2001ObjectorientedIA,
  title={Object-oriented Image Analysis and Scale-space : Theory and Methods for Modeling and Evaluating Multiscale Landscape Structure},
  author={Thomas Blaschke and Geoffrey J. Hay},
  year={2001}
}
Landscapes are Complex Systems, which by their very nature necessitate a multiscale approach in their monitoring, modeling and management. To assess such broad extents, remote sensing technology is the primary provider of landscape sized data sets, and while tremendous progress has been made over the last thirty years in terms of improved resolution, data availability, and public awareness, the vast majority of remote sensing analytical applications still rely on basic image processing concepts… CONTINUE READING
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