Optical Flow for Intermediate Frame Interpolation of Multispectral Geostationary Satellite Data

@article{Vandal2019OpticalFF,
  title={Optical Flow for Intermediate Frame Interpolation of Multispectral Geostationary Satellite Data},
  author={Thomas Vandal and Ramakrishna R. Nemani},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1907.12013}
}
Applications of satellite data in areas such as weather tracking and modeling, ecosystem monitoring, wildfire detection, and landcover change are heavily dependent on the trade-offs related to the spatial, spectral and temporal resolutions of the observations. For instance, geostationary weather tracking satellites are designed to take hemispherical snapshots many times throughout the day but sensor hardware limits data collection. In this work we tackle this limitation by developing a method… CONTINUE READING

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