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23 August 2000 Subsetting and formatting Landsat 7 L0R ETM+ data products
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The Landsat 7 Processing System (LPS) processes Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM-+) instrument data into large, contiguous segments called “subintervals.” The LPS-processed subinterval products must be subsetted and reformatted before the Level 1 processing systems can ingest them. The initial full subintervals produced by the LPS are stored mainly in HDF Earth Observing System (HDF-EOS) format, an extension to the Hierarchical Data Format (HDF). The final LOR products are stored in native HDF. The HDF and HDF-EOS application programming interfaces (APIs) can be used for extensive data subsetting and data reorganization. How the HDF and HDF-EOS APIs may be used to efficiently subset, format, and organize Landsat 7 LOR data to create various configurations of LOR products is discussed.
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Michael R. Reid "Subsetting and formatting Landsat 7 L0R ETM+ data products", Proc. SPIE 4049, Algorithms for Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Imagery VI, (23 August 2000);


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