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Korean Journal of Remote Sensing
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Volume 3, Issue 2 - Sep 1987
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Dispersion Pattern of CoolingWater of Kori Atomic Power Station Using Thermal Infrared Data
姜必鍾 ; 智光薰 ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 3, issue 2, 1987, Pages 81~87
The study was to analysis the dispersion of the cooling water of Kori atomic power station using thermal infrared data. The dispersion pattern of the cooling water analysis clearly on the LANDSAT TM band 6. It was changed due to tidal current, that is, the cooling water disperses north-eastern direction during the low tide and southweatern direction during the high tide. The relative temperature distribution was mapped through the density slicing method on the images.
4 to 18 GHz Rader Backscatter Model of Frist-Year Sea Ice
Kim, Young-Soo ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 3, issue 2, 1987, Pages 89~102
Microwave remote sensing plays a major role in areas where cloud cover and darkness prevail. In this and the next paper, models are described for the radar backscatter from two major types of sea ice in an attempt to specify optimum sensor parameters and to allow the most reliable image interpretation possible. Here, the physical-optics model using an exponential correlation function is shown to be able to presict the signatures of first-year ice under cold conditions. The effect of volume scattering by small inclusions in the first-year ics is shown to be negligible using a semi-empirical volume scattering model.
A Study on SPOT and DEM Data as Input to Geographic Information System Applying to an Inaccessible Region
Kim, Eui-Hong ; Lee, Kyoo-Seock ; Chung, Mong-Hyun ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 3, issue 2, 1987, Pages 103~113
The two key elements of the Geographic Information System(GIS) are (1) Data base management of land resources information as computer files, and (2) Software ability to analyze and map this information. More geometrically corrected SPOT derived land cover information and digital topographic infornation from digitial elevation model (DEM) were integrated as input data of GIS in order to create landscape modelling. The ultimate goal of this GIS is to establish the use of physiographic data as an intergral part of the comprehensive planning process in order to avoid significant environmental and economic problems.
Relational Detabase Management System as Expert System Building Tool in Geographic Information Systems
Lee, Kyoo-Seok ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 3, issue 2, 1987, Pages 115~119
After the introduction of the topologically structured geographic information system(GIS) with relational DBMS, the attribute data can be handled without considering locational data. By utilzing of the characteristic of the relational DBMS, it can be used as an expert system building tool in GIS. The relational DBMS of the GIS furnishes the data needed to perform deductive functions of the expert system, and the rule based approach provides the decision rules. Therefore, rule based approach with the expert judgement can be easily combined with relational DBMS.
Automatic Recognition of Geological and Geomorphological Forms from Digital Elevation Models (DEM) in the Exploitation of Data from SPOT
Kim, Youn-Jong ;
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 3, issue 2, 1987, Pages 121~141
Many techniques of image processing have been developed to analyse more precisely geological information obtained from satellites. SPOT, which is a recent project in France, will furnish stereoscopic image, with good resolution of surfaces(20m
20m or 10m
10m), and give altitudes(DEM) which can be restored automatically. One of the researches for the exploitation of this data, intends to recognize and distinguish automatically the geomorphological forms, containing important geological information from DEM. Along which the information obtained obtained from image processing, it will play an important role in the understanding of the surface of the terrain. This study was carried out in collaboration with University of Paris-6 and Ecole National des Sciences G
ographique National of France: IGN).