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Course: ENGR 303, Fall 2009
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303 CEE/GLE/IES Introduction to Remote Sensing Digital Image Processing Homework # 1 Due: Nov. 29 (Wednesday), 2006 Name: 1. What is a Look-Up-Table (LUT) ? ( / 1) (Score: / 10) 2. Linear Stretch: ( / 2) a) What is a linear stretch as applied to a SPOT multispectral scene (such as SPTM.LAN) ? (0.5) b) Draw on the axes below, your best approximation of the LUTs used to display a SPOT multispectral scene using...

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303 CEE/GLE/IES Introduction to Remote Sensing Digital Image Processing Homework # 1 Due: Nov. 29 (Wednesday), 2006 Name: 1. What is a Look-Up-Table (LUT) ? ( / 1) (Score: / 10) 2. Linear Stretch: ( / 2) a) What is a linear stretch as applied to a SPOT multispectral scene (such as SPTM.LAN) ? (0.5) b) Draw on the axes below, your best approximation of the LUTs used to display a SPOT multispectral scene using the linear stretch option. Be sure to label each axis. (0.5) The number of bands used by ScreenClass during classification: ____. (0.5) Why do you think the option of more bands was not included in the program? (0.5) 1 3. At the bottom left of the page is a simple scatter plot from a two band multispectral sensor for a small amount of data. The vertical axis is for band 1 and has the same scale as the horizontal axis. ( / 2) a) Draw the histograms for band 1 and band 2 of this data. Label the axes and scale properly. (1) b) On the axes on the bottom right of this page, construct an alternate scatter plot different than the one on the left. The new scatter plot must have exactly the same two histograms for the two bands. (1) 20 15 10 9 9 Band 1 Digital Number 9 5 5 10 15 9 20 Band 2 Digital Number 2 4. On the axes below, an is LUT plotted which was used to stretch a panchromatic image. On the same axes, draw your best approximation for the original (before stretching) histogram of the image. Label all axes. ( / 1) 5. On the next page are a number of histograms and scatter plots from a SPOT scene. ( / 2) Using the histograms, identify each of the band numbers for each of the axes of the scatter plots (Fill in the band number on the next page). (1) Which two bands would you use to do a supervised classification of this scene similar to that done in the lab and why? (0.5) a) b) c) What does the intensity on these plots represent? (0.5) 3 Band ___ vs Band ____ Band ___ vs Band ____ You must enter 6 numbers on this page for the answer to part A question 1. Ban...

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