24 September 1993 Conceptual design for a model-supported exploitation workstation for imagery analysts
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Image analysis is a labor-intensive activity that grows increasingly intensive due to the volume of imagery and collateral being collected. Image analysts (IAs) and photo interpreters need to extract accurate yet timely information from the data. Strategically automating portions of the processing will help analysts achieve both objectives, first by eliminating some of the tedium of the activity then by accelerating the process. Model-supported exploitation (MSE) was identified as the technology that will provide this automation. This paper discusses in detail the various MSE design constraints, first as they pertain to the RADIUS problem domain, and then in context of their impact on the design of an MSE workstation.
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Shirley Jane Gee, Shirley Jane Gee, Arthur M. Newman, Arthur M. Newman, } "Conceptual design for a model-supported exploitation workstation for imagery analysts", Proc. SPIE 1944, Integrating Photogrammetric Techniques with Scene Analysis and Machine Vision, (24 September 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.155809; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155809
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