30 December 1994 Rigorous geometric processing of airborne and spaceborne data
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This article presents a method to generate ortho-images with digital elevation model and a few ground control points. The method has been integrated to take into account the geometric distortions of the full geometry of viewing (sensor-platform-Earth), and unified to process images from different sensors (VIR and SAR) on various platforms (airborne and spaceborne). Results from eight types of images show an absolute accuracy of 1/3 of a pixel for VIR satellite images and one to two pixels for the other images (SAR and airborne), and a relative accuracy of one pixel between the image. Mosaicing of these ortho-images with the road network overlaid confirms the relative and absolute accuracies.
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Thierry Toutin, "Rigorous geometric processing of airborne and spaceborne data", Proc. SPIE 2315, Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing, (30 December 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.196780; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.196780
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Synthetic aperture radar

Earth observing sensors

Image processing

Modeling

Sensors

Satellites

Satellite imaging

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