RADIOMETRIC NORMALIZATION OF IKONOS IMAGE USING QUICKBIRD IMAGE FOR URBAN AREA CHANGE DETECTION

@inproceedings{Hong2005RADIOMETRICNO,
  title={RADIOMETRIC NORMALIZATION OF IKONOS IMAGE USING QUICKBIRD IMAGE FOR URBAN AREA CHANGE DETECTION},
  author={Gang Hong and Yun Zhang},
  year={2005}
}
Remotely sensed multitemporal, multisensor data are often required for change detection applications. A common problem associated with the use of these data is the grey value difference caused by non-surface factors such as different illumination, atmospheric, or sensor conditions. Such a difference makes it difficult to accurately detect changes using automatic methods. Effective image normalization is, therefore, important to reduce the radiometric influence caused by the non-surface factors… CONTINUE READING

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