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Satellite image processing using CUDA and Hadoop architecture

@inproceedings{Patel2016SatelliteIP,
  title={Satellite image processing using CUDA and Hadoop architecture},
  author={Helly M. Patel and Krunal J. Panchal and Prashant Chauhan and M. Potdar},
  year={2016}
}
With the advancement in digitalization vast amount of Image data is uploaded and used via Internet in today’s world. With this revolution in uses of multimedia data, key problem in the area of Image processing, Computer vision and big data analytics is how to analyze, effectively process and extract useful information from such data. Traditional tactics to process such a data are extremely time and resource intensive. Studies recommend that parallel and distributed computing techniques have… Expand

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