Computer identification of multispectral satellite cloud imagery
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A dynamic clustering method based on multispectral satellite imagery to identify the different features is described. The channel combinations selected are for the different purposes in classification. Several cases are presented using the polar-orbiting satellite imageries.
KeywordsFeature Vector Satellite Imagery Initial Cluster Variance Image AVHRR
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