ffect of the sampling design of ground control points on the geometric orrection of remotely sensed imagery

  title={ffect of the sampling design of ground control points on the geometric orrection of remotely sensed imagery},
  author={ianghao Wanga and Yong Gea and Gerard B. M. Heuvelinkc and Chenghu Zhoua and Dick Brusd},
  • ianghao Wanga, Yong Gea, +2 authors Dick Brusd
  • Published 2012
The acquirement of ground control points (GCPs) is a basic and important step in the geometric correction of remotely sensed imagery. In particular, the spatial distribution of GCPs may affect the accuracy and quality of image correction. In this paper, both a simulation experiment and actual-image analyses are carried out to investigate the effect of the sampling design for selecting GCPs on the geometric 
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