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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Dec 2006
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Oct 2006
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Aug 2006
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Jun 2006
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Estimation of Forest LAI in Close Canopy Situation Using Optical Remote Sensing Data
Lee, Kyu-Sung ; Kim, Sun-Hwa ; Park, Ji-Hoon ; Kim, Tae-Geun ; Park, Yun-Il ; Woo, Chung-Sik ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 305~311
Although there have been several attempts to estimate forest LAI using optical remote sensor data, there are still not enough evidences whether the NDVI is effective to estimate forest LAI, particularly in fully closed canopy situation. In this study, we have conducted a simple correlation analysis between LAI and spectral reflectance at two different settings: 1) laboratory spectral measurements on the multiple-layers of leaf samples and 2) Landsat ETM+ reflectance in the close canopy forest stands with fieldmeasured LAI. In both cases, the correlation coefficients between LAI and spectral reflectance were higher in short-wave infrared (SWIR) and visible wavelength regions. Although the near-IR reflectance showed positive correlations with LAI, the correlations strength is weaker than in SWIR and visible region. The higher correlations were found with the spectral reflectance data measured on the simulated vegetation samples than with the ETM+ reflectance on the actual forests. In addition, there was no significant correlation between the forest.LAI and NDVI, in particular when the LAI values were larger than three. The SWIR reflectance may be important factor to improve the potential of optical remote sensor data to estimate forest LAI in close canopy situation.
Spatio-temporal Dynamic Alteration of Forest Canopy Density based on Site Associated Factor: View from Tropical Forest of Nepal
Panta, Menaka ; Kim, Kye-Hyun ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 313~323
Forest Canopy Density is a dynamic process mediated by various natural and anthropogenic factors. It can be changed over time and locations in the same forest type and landscape. However, human dimensions are considered as the primary force of landscape change and subsequent forest canopy loss in tropical regions of the world. Many studies have been indicated that roads have a far greater impact on forests than simply allowing access for human use. Similarly, rivers have been used as means of transportation, hence illegal logging and felling further deplete forest canopy density. The main objective of this study was to investigate the spatio-temporal dynamic alterations of Forest Canopy Density (FCD) across with site associated factors such as biophysical, physical and human interferences in tropical region of Nepal from 1988 to 2001. Landsat TM and ETM+ of 1988 and 2001 were used to assess the spatial and temporal dynamic alterations of FCD. This analysis revealed that distance to human settlements at P=<0.01, rivers, human interferences (path and fire) and species composition had a statistically significance at P=<0.05 level. However, other factors did not show any significant relation. So, we concluded that understanding of dynamic alterations of FCD with respect to factors was quite complex phenomena. Other surrounding environment could also playa significant role. A comprehensive analysis could be required to understand such complexities. Therefore, additional factors such as climatic, biophysical, social, and institutional with respect to spatio-temporal variability should be considered for the better understanding of canopy dynamic.
Urban Quality of Life Assessment Using Satellite Image and Socioeconomic Data in GIS
Jun, Byong-Woon ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 325~335
This paper evaluates and maps the quality of life in the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area in 2000. Three environmental variables from Landsat TM data, four socioeconomic variables from census data, and a hazard-related variable from toxic release inventory (TRI) database were integrated into a geographic information system (GIS) environment for the quality of life assessment. To solve the incompatibility problem in areal units among different data, the four socioeconomic variables aggregated by zonal units were spatially disaggregated into individual pixels. Principal components analysis (PCA) was employed to integrate and transform environmental, socioeconomic, and hazard-related variables into a resultant quality of life score for each pixel. Results indicate that the highest quality of life score was found around Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alphretta, and the northern parts of Fulton County along Georgia 400 whereas the lowest quality of life score was clustered around Smyma of Cobb County, the inner city of Atlanta, and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The results also reveals that normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) and relative risk from TRI facilities are two versatile indicators of environmental and socioeconomic quality of an urban area in the United States.
Neighborhood Correlation Image Analysis for Change Detection Using Different Spatial Resolution Imagery
Im, Jung-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 337~350
The characteristics of neighborhood correlation images for change detection were explored at different spatial resolution scales. Bi-temporal QuickBird datasets of Las Vegas, NV were used for the high spatial resolution image analysis, while bi-temporal Landsat
datasets of Suwon, South Korea were used for the mid spatial resolution analysis. The neighborhood correlation images consisting of three variables (correlation, slope, and intercept) were evaluated and compared between the two scales for change detection. The neighborhood correlation images created using the Landsat datasets resulted in somewhat different patterns from those using the QuickBird high spatial resolution imagery due to several reasons such as the impact of mixed pixels. Then, automated binary change detection was also performed using the single and multiple neighborhood correlation image variables for both spatial resolution image scales.
Development of Mobile 3D Terrain Viewer with Texture Mapping of Satellite Images
Kim, Seung-Yub ; Lee, Ki-Won ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 351~356
Based on current practical needs for geo-spatial information on mobile platform, the main theme of this study is a design and implementation of dynamic 3D terrain rendering system using spaceborne imagery, as a kind of texture image for photo-realistic 3D scene generation on mobile environment. Image processing and 3D graphic techniques and algorithms, such as TIN-based vertex generation with regular spacing elevation data for generating 3D terrain surface, image tiling and image-vertex texturing in order to resolve limited resource of mobile devices, were applied and implemented by using graphic pipeline of OpenGL|ES (Embedded System) API. Through this implementation and its tested results with actual data sets of DEM and satellite imagery, we demonstrated the realizable possibility and adaptation of complex typed and large sized 3D geo-spatial information in mobile devices. This prototype system can be used to mobile 3D applications with DEM and satellite imagery in near future.
Spatial Pattern Analysis of High Resolution Satellite Imagery: Level Index Approach using Variogram
Yoo, Hee-Young ; Lee, Ki-Won ; Kwon, Byung-Doo ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 357~366
A traditional image analysis or classification method using satellite imagery is mostly based on the spectral information. However, the spatial information is more important according as the resolution is higher and spatial patterns are more complex. In this study, we attempted to compare and analyze the variogram properties of actual high resolution imageries mainly in the urban area. Through the several experiments, we have understood that the variogram is various according to a sensor type, spatial resolution, a location, a feature type, time, season and so on and shows the information related to a feature size. With simple modeling, we confirmed that the unique variogram types were shown unlike the classical variogram in case of small subsets. Based on the grasped variogram characteristics, we made a level index map for determining urban complexity or land-use classification. These results will become more and more important and be widely applied to the various fields of high-resolution imagery such as KOMPSAT-2 and KOMPSAT-3 which is scheduled to be launched.
Developing the Cloud Detection Algorithm for COMS Meteorolgical Data Processing System
Chung, Chu-Yong ; Lee, Hee-Kyo ; Ahn, Hyun-Jung ; Ahn, Myoung-Hwan ; Oh, Sung-Nam ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 367~372
Cloud detection algorithm is being developed as primary one of the 16 baseline products of CMDPS (COMS Meteorological Data Processing System), which is under development for the real-time application of data will be observed from COMS Meteorological Imager. For cloud detection from satellite data, we studied two different algorithms. One is threshold technique based algorithm, which is traditionally used, and another is artificial neural network model. MPEF scene analysis algorithm is the basic idea of threshold cloud detection algorithm, and some modifications are conducted for COMS. For the neural network, we selected MLP with back-propagation algorithm. Prototype software of each algorithm was completed and evaluated by using the MTSAT-IR and GOES-9 data. Currently the software codes are standardized using Fortran90 language. For the preparation as an operational algorithm, we will setup the validation strategy and tune up the algorithm continuously. This paper shows the outline of the two cloud detection algorithms and preliminary test results of both algorithms.
Fog Sensing over the Korean Peninsula Derived from Satellite Observation of MODIS and GOES-9
Yoo, Jung-Moon ; Jeong, Myeong-Jae ; Yoo, Hye-Lim ; Rhee, Ju-Eun ; Hur, Young-Min ; Ahn, Myoung-Hwan ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 373~377
Seasonal threshold values for fog detection over the ten airport areas in the Korean Peninsula have been derived, using the satellite-observed data of polar-orbit (Aqua/Terra MODIS) and geostationary (GOES-9) during two years. The values are obtained from reflectance at
and the difference in brightness temperature between
. In order to examine the discrepancy between the threshold values of two kinds of satellites, the following parameters have been analyzed under the condition of daytime/nighttime and fog/clear-sky, utilizing their simultaneous observations over the Seoul Metropolitan Area. The parameters are the brightness temperature at
, the temperature at
for day and night. The
data are additionally included in the daytime. The GOES-9 thresholds over the seven airport areas except the Cheongju airport have revealed the accuracy of 50% in the daytime and 70% in the nighttime, based on statistical verification for the independent samples as follows; FAR, POD and CSI. However, the accuracy decreases in the foggy cases with twilight, precipitation, short persistence, or the higher cloud above fog.
Atmospheric Aerosol Detection And Its Removal for Satellite Data
Lee, Dong-Ha ; Lee, Kwon-Ho ; Kim, Young-Joan ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 379~383
Satellite imagery may contain large regions covered with atmospheric aerosol. A highresolution satellite imagery affected by non-homogenous aerosol cover should be processed for land cover study and perform the radiometric calibration that will allow its future application for Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite (KOMPSAT) data. In this study, aerosol signal was separated from high resolution satellite data based on the reflectance separation method. Since aerosol removal has a good sensitivity over bright surface such as man-made targets, aerosol optical thickness (AOT) retrieval algorithm could be used. AOT retrieval using Look-up table (LUT) approach for utilizing the transformed image to radiometrically compensate visible band imagery is processed and tested in the correction of satellite scenery. Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), EO-l/HYPERION data have been used for aerosol correction and AOT retrieval with different spatial resolution. Results show that an application of the aerosol detection for HYPERION data yields successive aerosol separation from imagery and AOT maps are consistent with MODIS AOT map.
Retrieval of land Surface Temperature from MTSAT-1R
Kwak, Seo-Youn ; Suh, Myoung-Seok ; Kang, Jeon-Ho ; Kwak, Chong-Heum ; Kim, Chan-Soo ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 385~388
The land surface temperature (LST) can be defined as a weighted average temperature of components which constitute a pixel. The coefficients of split-window algorithm for MTSAT-1R were obtained by means of a statistical regression analysis from radiative transfer simulations using MODTRAN 4.0 for a wide range of atmospheric, satellite viewing angle (SVA) and lapse rate conditions. 6 types of atmospheric profile data imbedded in the MODTRAN 4 are used for the radiative transfer simulations. The RMSE is clearly larger on warm and humid profiles than cold and dry profiles, especially when the satellite viewing angle and lapse rate are large. The derivation of LST equations according to the atmospheric profiles clearly decreased the RMSE without regard to the SVA and lapse rate. The bias and RMSE are decreased as the more controls factors included. This preliminary result indicates that the characteristics of atmosphere, SVA and lapse rate should be included in the LST equation.
A Representativity Test on the Pyranometer Measurement of Surface Solar Insolation Through Satellite Observation
Yeom, Jong-Min ; Han, Kyung-Soo ; Park, Youn-Young ; Kim, Young-Seup ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 389~396
Surface Solar Insolation is important for vegetation productivity, hydrology, crop growth, etc. In this study, Surface Solar Insolation is estimated using Multi-functional Transport Satellite (MTSAT-1R) in clear and cloudy conditions. For the Cloudy sky cases, the surface solar insolation is estimated by taking into account the cloud transmittance and multiple scattering between cloud and surface. This model integrated Kawamura's model and SMAC code computes surface solar insolation with a
spatial resolution in hourly basis. The daily value is derived from the available hourly Surface Solar Insolation, independently for every pixel. To validation, this study uses ground truth data recorded from the pyranometer installed by the Korea Meteorological Agency (KMA). The validation of estimated value is performed through a match-up with ground truth. Various match-up with ground truth. Various match-up window sizes are tested with
pixels to define the spatial representativity of pyranometer measurement, and to consider drifting clouds from adjacent pixels across the ground station during the averaging interval of 1 hour are taken into account.
Satellite data analysis of the China Coastal Waters in the Seas surrounding Jeju Island, Korea
Cho, Han-Keun ; Kang, Heung-Soon ; Kim, Jung-Chang ; Yoon, Hong-Joo ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 397~402
China Coastal Water (CCW) usually appears in the seas surrounding Jeju Island annually (June-October) and is very pronounced in August. The power spectrum density (PSD), sea level anomalies (SLAs), and sea surface temperatures (SSTs) were found to peak annually and semiannually. The peaks at intervals of 80-, 60-, and 43-days are considered to be influenced by CCW and the Kuroshio Current. Generally, low-salinity water appears to the west of Jeju Island from June through October and gradually propagates to the east, where CCW meets the Tsushima Current. Empirical orthogonal function (EOF) analysis of SLAs and SSTs indicated that the variance in SLAs and SSTs was 55.70 and 98.09% in the first mode, respectively. The PSD for the first mode of EOF analysis of SLAs was stronger in the western than in the eastern waters because of the influence of CCW. The PSD for the EOF analysis of SSTs was similar in all areas (the Yangtze Estuary and the waters to the west and east of Jeju Island), with a period of approximately 260 days.
The Detection of Yellow Sand with Satellite Infrared bands
Ha, Jong-Sung ; Kim, Jae-Hwan ; Lee, Hyun-Jin ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 403~406
An algorithm for detection of yellow sand aerosols has been developed with infrared bands. This algorithm is a hybrid algorithm that has used two methods combined. The first method used the differential absorption in brightness temperature difference between
. The radiation at
is absorbed more than at
when yellow sand is loaded in the atmosphere, whereas it will be the other way around when cloud is present. The second method uses the brightness temperature difference between
. This technique is sensitive to dust loading, which the BTD2 is enhanced by reflection of
solar radiation. First the Principle Component Analysis (PCA), a form of eigenvector statistical analysis from the two methods, is performed and the aerosol pixel with the lowest 10% of the eigenvalue is eliminated. Then the aerosol index (AI) from the combination of BTD 1 and 2 is derived. We applied this method to Multi-functional Transport Satellite-l Replacement (MTSAT-1R) data and obtained that the derived AI showed remarkably good agreements with Ozone Mapping Instrument (OMI) AI and Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aerosol optical depth.
Hydrologic Impact Assessment of land Cover Changes by 2002 Typhoon RUSA Using Landsat Images and Storm Runoff Model
Lee, Mi-Seon ; Park, Geun-Ae ; Kim, Seong-Joon ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 407~413
To investigate the streamflow impact of land cover changes by a typhoon, HEC-l storm runoff model was applied by using land cover information before and after the typhoon. The model was calibrated with three storm events of 1985 to 1988 based on 1985 land cover condition for a
watershed in northeast coast of South Korea. After the model was tested, it was run to estimate impacts of land cover change by the typhoon RUSA occurred in 2002 (31 August-1 September) with 897.5 mm rainfall. The land covers before and after the typhoon were prepared using Landsat 7 ETM+ of September 11 of 2000 and Landsat 5 TM of September 29 of 2002 respectively. For the
damaged area (3.6 % of the watershed), the peak runoff and total runoff by the changed land cover condition increased 12.5 % and 12.7 % for 50 years rainfall frequency and 1.4 % and 1.8 % for 500 years rainfall frequency respectively based on AMC (Antecedent Moisture Condition)-I condition.
Depth Contours Appeared on SAR Images by Interactions Between Tidal Currents and Bottom Topography
Kim, Tae-Rim ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 415~419
X-SAR images taken on the coastal waters of Hwanghe province in Korea during SIR-C/X-SAR campaign in April and October 1994 are analysed. The SAR images show the peculiar signatures like nail marks, curved long string, and vortex street patterns and they all seem to be produced by strong interactions between the topography in the coastal waters and tidal currents. The nail mark signatures are located at the same position of small scaled sand banks and the curved line patterns are almost identical to the outer boundary of large sand banks. Based on the tidal records, all the three images are taken at the almost same phase of tidal cycles, which are close to the low tide. It seems that bottom shapes are more strongly appeared on the SAR images when the tidal currents are slow. The front between two different current velocities caused by the flows along the steep boundaries of sandbanks is also the main factors imprinting the bottom features to the sea surface SAR images.
Analysis of urbanization factor in river boundary using aerial image
Lee, Geun-Sang ; Lee, Hyun-Seok ; Chae, Hyo-Sok ; Hwang, Eui-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 421~425
It can be important framework data to monitor the change of land-use pattern of river boundary in design and management of river. This study analyzed the change of land-use pattern of Gab and Yudeung River using time-series aerial images. To do this, we carried out radiation and geometric correction of image, and estimated land-use changes in inland and floodplain. As the analysis of inland, the ratio of residential, commercial, industrial, educational and public area, that is urbanized element, increases, but that of agricultural area shows a decline on the basis of 1990. Also, Minimum Distance Method, which is a kind of supervised classification method, is applied to extract water-body and sand bar layer in floodplain. As the analysis of land-use, the ratio of level-upped riverside land and water-body increases, but that of sand bar decreases. These time-series land use information can be important decision making data to evaluate the urbanization of river boundary, and especially it gives us goodness in river development project such as the composition of ecological habitat.
Correlation Analysis Between Forest Volume, ETM+ Bands, and Height Estimated from C-Band SRTM Product
Kim, Jin-Woo ; Kim, Jong-Hong ; Lee, Jung-Bin ; Heo, Joon ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 427~431
Forest stand height and volume are important indicators for management purpose as well as for the environmental analysis. Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) is backscattered over forest canopy and DSM can be acquired from such scattering characteristic, while National Elevation Dataset (NED) provides bare earth elevation data. The difference between SRTM and NED is estimated as tree height, and it is correlated with forest parameters, it is correlated with forest parameters, including average DBH, Trees per acre, net BF per acre, and total Net MBF. Especially, among them, net Board Foot(BF) per acre is the index that well represents forest volume. The Project site was Douglas-fir dominating plantation area in the western Washington an the northern Oregon in the U.S. This study shows a relationship of high correlation between the forest parameters and the product from SRTM, NED, and ETM+. This research performs multi regression analysis and regression tree algorithm, and can get more improved relationship between several parameters.
Monitoring of Land-Cover Moisture Using Multi-Temporal Sar Images
Yoon, Bo-Yeol ; Lee, Kwang-Jae ; Kim, Youn-Soo ; Kim, Yong-Seung ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 433~437
SAR image is not dependent on the weather condition and Sun's electromagnetic energy. But geometric distortions exist in almost all radar image, it need to be correction. The Radarsat-1 SAR images are used to monitoring of moisture acquired in May 1/1998 and May 25/1998. Radarsat-1 C band data is sensitive on moisture condition. Study area is located in Non-san site. It is made up almost agricultural area and a little of forest area. In May, Rice-planting is started in the midland of Korea. So moisture condition is undergoing many changes. Forest area need to be terrain effect removal for accurately results because it is included in layover, shadow, and so on. Results of land-cover moisture condition map are useful tool for fields of agriculture, forestry industry, and disaster.
A New Landsat Image Co-Registration and Outlier Removal Techniques
Kim, Jong-Hong ; Heo, Joon ; Sohn, Hong-Gyoo ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 439~443
Image co-registration is the process of overlaying two images of the same scene. One of which is a reference image, while the other (sensed image) is geometrically transformed to the one. Numerous methods were developed for the automated image co-registration and it is known as a timeconsuming and/or computation-intensive procedure. In order to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the co-registration of satellite imagery, this paper proposes a pre-qualified area matching, which is composed of feature extraction with Laplacian filter and area matching algorithm using correlation coefficient. Moreover, to improve the accuracy of co-registration, the outliers in the initial matching point should be removed. For this, two outlier detection techniques of studentized residual and modified RANSAC algorithm are used in this study. Three pairs of Landsat images were used for performance test, and the results were compared and evaluated in terms of robustness and efficiency.
Assessment of riparian buffers for reducing pollution according to land-cover pattern using RS and GIS
Ha, Sung-Ryong ; Lee, Seung-Chul ; Ko, Chang-Hwan ; Jo, Yun-Won ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 445~449
Diffuse pollution has been considering as a major source of the quality deterioration of water resources. The establishment of riparian vegetation strips or buffers along those areas of water bodies is used to reduce the threat of diffuse pollution. Remote sensing offers a means by which critical areas could be identified, so that subsequent action toward the establishment of riparian zones can be taken. On the behalf of KOMPSAT-2 satellite imagery as a high resolution spatial data, Landsat TM satellite data are used to aquire the land cover for the riparian buffers studied. This investigation aims to assess the riparian buffers established on the upper Geum river as a pollution mitigation. Through comparing the delineation of riparian buffer zones developed with the existing zones established by the government, we can find the critical distortion points of the existing riparian buffer zone.
Direct Epipolar Image Generation From IKONOS Stereo Imagery Based On RPC and Parallel Projection Model
Oh, Jae-Hong ; Shin, Sung-Woong ; Kim, Kyung-Ok ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 451~456
Epipolar images have to be generated to stereo display aerial images or satellite images. Pushbroom sensor is used to acquire high resolution satellite images. These satellite images have curvilinear epipolar lines unlike the epipolar lines of frame images, which are straight lines. The aforementioned fact makes it difficult to generate epipolar images for pushbroom satellite images. If we assume a linear transition of the sensor having constant speed and attitude during image acquisition, we can generate epipolar images based on parallel projection model (20 Affine model). Recent high resolution images are provided with RPC values so that we can exploit these values to generate epipolar images without using ground control points and tie point. This paper provides a procedure based on the parallel projection model for generating epipolar images directly from a stereo IKONOS images, and experimental results.
Implementation of Subsequence Mapping Method for Sequential Pattern Mining
Trang Nguyen Thu ; Lee Bum-Ju ; Lee Heon-Gyu ; Park Jeong-Seok ; Ryu Keun-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 457~462
Sequential Pattern Mining is the mining approach which addresses the problem of discovering the existent maximal frequent sequences in a given databases. In the daily and scientific life, sequential data are available and used everywhere based on their representative forms as text, weather data, satellite data streams, business transactions, telecommunications records, experimental runs, DNA sequences, histories of medical records, etc. Discovering sequential patterns can assist user or scientist on predicting coming activities, interpreting recurring phenomena or extracting similarities. For the sake of that purpose, the core of sequential pattern mining is finding the frequent sequence which is contained frequently in all data sequences. Beside the discovery of frequent itemsets, sequential pattern mining requires the arrangement of those itemsets in sequences and the discovery of which of those are frequent. So before mining sequences, the main task is checking if one sequence is a subsequence of another sequence in the database. In this paper, we implement the subsequence matching method as the preprocessing step for sequential pattern mining. Matched sequences in our implementation are the normalized sequences as the form of number chain. The result which is given by this method is the review of matching information between input mapped sequences.
JPEG Compression Pereformance Analysis of MTSAT-1R HRIT_LRIT
Kim, Tae-Young ; Kim, Tae-Hoon ; Ahn, Sang-Il ; SaKong, Young-Bo ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 22, issue 5, 2006, Pages 463~468
This paper analyzed the JPEG compression performance of MTSAT-lR (Multi-functional Transport Satellite-1 Replacement), which is offering the LRIT/HRIT (Low Rate Information Transmissio/High Rate Information Transmission) service now, in order to design the system regarding LRIT/HRIT of COMS (Communication, Ocean and Meteorological Satellite). To do so, we analysed Lossy and Lossless JPEG compression performance regarding the MTSAT-1R LRIT/HRIT data for 10 days, and made comparison to the image characteristics, and understood the JPEG compression characteristics regarding JPEG compression of geostationary meteorological satellite. This result of compression performance analysis is expected to be a reference not only to the system design and realization of COMS LRIT/HRIT but also to those who develop other meteorological satellite receiving systems.