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Proceedings of the International Workshop on Radiometric and Geometric Calibration, December 2003, Mississippi, USA.




ISBN 9789058096937
Published July 14, 2004 by CRC Press
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Book Description

Increasingly, in the field of earth observation imagery, there is a need for image quality to be assessable in traceable Standard International Units (SIU), and for the standardization of common mapping projections. These two needs, plus the increased usage of combinations of data and image types, provided the stimuli for the development of this important volume.
Prepared by members of the Joint ISPRS/CEOS WGCV Task Force on Radiometric and Geometric Calibration, this book is a valuable text for those in the fields of remote sensing technology, calibration, Earth observation, and electro-optical sensor parameters.
By detailing current calibration procedures and the latest 'best practices', this latest addition to the ISPRS Series addresses the need for consistency throughout the discipline, and encourages the development of coherent, high-quality Earth observation imagery.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Needs, Terms, and Procedures for Calibration

How well do we understand Earth observation electro-optical sensor parameters?
G. Joseph

Metrology for remote sensing radiometry
B.C. Johnson, S.W. Brown & J.P. Rice

Stability and accuracy requirements for passive satellite sensors for global climate change monitoring
R. Datla, W. Emery, G. Ohring, R. Spencer, & B. Wielicki

Chapter 2: Calibration Standards and Guidelines

Validated data and removal of bias through traceability to SI units
N.P. Fox

Status of standardization project ISO 19130
W. Kresse

A proposed ISO/TC 211 standards project on radiometric calibration of remote sensing data
L. Di

Chapter 3: Techniques for In-flight and On-orbit Calibration

System-level approach to characterization and radiometric calibration of a space-based electro-optical sensor
J. Tansock, A. Thurgood & M. Larsen

On-orbit MTF assessment of satellite cameras
D. Léger, F. Viallefont P. Déliot & C. Valorge

USGS/OSU progress with digital camera in-situ calibration methods
D.C. Merchant, A. Schenk, T. Yoon & A. Habib

Issues and methods for in-flight and on-orbit calibration
K. Jacobsen

Chapter 4: Intersensor Calibration

In-flight intersensor radiometric calibration using vicarious approaches
K.J. Thome

Validating the MISR radiometric scale for the ocean aerosol science community
C.J. Bruegge, W. Abdou, D.J. Diner, B.J. Gaitley, M. Helmlinger, R.A. Kahn & J.V. Martonchik

Chapter 5: Calibration Programs

Forty years of experience with SPOT in-flight calibration
C. Valorge, A. Meygret, L. Lebégue, P. Henry, A. Bouillon, R. Gachet, E. Breton, D. Léger & F. Viallefont

The Joint Agency Commercial Imagery Evaluation (JACIE) team product characterization approach
V. Zanoni, M. Pagnutti, R.Ryan, D. Helder, W. Lehman, S. Roylance & G. Snyder

Camera calibration program in the United States: past, present, and future
G.Y.G. Lee

Chapter 6: Building and Characterizing Calibration Test Ranges

In-flight characterization of spatial quality using point spread functions
D. Helder, T. Choi & M. Rangaswamy

Test ranges for metric calibration and validation of high-resolution satellite imaging systems
G. Dial & J. Grodecki

Locating potential vicarious calibration sites for high-spectral resolution sensors in the Negev Desert by GIS analysis
U. Gilead & A. Karnieli

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