GEOG652: Digital Image Processing and Analysis

Digital image processing and analysis applied to satellite and aircraft land remote sensing data. Consideration is given to preprocessing steps including calibration and georegistration. Analysis methods include digital image exploration, feature extraction thematic classification, change detection, and biophysical characterization. One or more application examples may be reviewed. There is a $40.00 lab fee for this course. Click here to view books for the course.
Prerequisites/Rules:
Prerequisite: GEOG579 or GEOG506; or students who have taken courses with comparable content may contact the department. Restriction: Must be in M.Prof.Studies: Geospatial Information Sciences (Master's) program; or must be in the Geospatial Information Sciences (Graduate Certificate) program.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular Regular grading
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