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Remote sensing for resources development and environmental management
Damen, M. C. J.

Symposium on Remote Sensing for Resources Development and Environmental Management / Enschede / August 1986
Table of contents
1 Visible and infrared data
Structural information of the landscape as ground truth for the interpretation of satellite imagery 3
Interpretation of classification results of a multiple data set 9
Helmut Beissmann & Manfred F.Buchroithner
Digital processing of airborne MSS data for forest cover types classification 15
Kuo-mu Chiao, Yeong-kuan Chen & Hann-chin Shieh
Methods of contour-line processing of photographs for automated forest mapping 19
Detection of subpixel woody features in simulated SPOT imagery 23
Patricia G.Foschi
A GIS-based image processing system for agricultural purposes (GIPS/ALP) - A discussion on
its concept 27
J.Jin King Liu
Image optimization versus classification - An application oriented comparison of diiferent
methods by use of Thematic Mapper data 31
Hermann Kaufmann & Bert hold Pfeiffer
Thematic mapping and data analysis for resource management using the Stereo ZTS VM 37
Kurt H.Kreckel & George J. Jaynes
Comparison of classification results of original and preprocessed satellite data 41
Barbara Kugler & Rüdiger Tauch
Airphoto map control with Landsat - An alternative to the slotted templet method 47
New approach to semi-automatically generate digital elevation data by using a vidicon camera 51
C.C.Lin, A. J. Chen & D.C.Chem
Man-machine interactive classification technique for land cover mapping with TM imagery 57
Shunji Murai, Ryuji Matsuoka & Kazuyuli Motohashi
Space photomaps - Their compilation and peculiarities of geographical application 59