introduction to hyperspectral data

Tntedit tntedit provides interactive tools to create

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Unformatted text preview: geospatial database management. TNTedit TNTedit provides interactive tools to create, georeference, and edit vector, image, CAD, TIN, and relational database project materials in a wide variety of formats. TNTview TNTview has the same powerful display features as TNTmips and is perfect for those who do not need the technical processing and preparation features of TNTmips. TNTatlas TNTatlas lets you publish and distribute your spatial project materials on CDROM at low cost. TNTatlas CDs can be used on any popular computing platform. TNTserver TNTserver lets you publish TNTatlases on the Internet or on your intranet. Navigate through geodata atlases with your web browser and the TNTclient Java applet. TNTlite TNTlite is a free version of TNTmips for students and professionals with small projects. You can download TNTlite from MicroImages’ web site, or you can order TNTlite on CD-ROM. I N T R O T O H Y P E R S P Index absorption bands..................................................5-7 atmospheric...................................13,18 atmosphere absorption by...........................13,18 scattering by.................................13 continuum.......................................18 illumination..........................................11,12 imaging spectrometer........................4,10,16 irradiance, solar.........................................12 linear unmixing....................................19-21 matched filtering.......................................21 matching, spectral................................17,18 minimum noise fraction transform............20 pixel purity index......................................20 resolution, spatial......................................10 scattering.............................................4,5,13 sensor effects.............................................13 shadowing.................................................12 spectral libraries..........................................8 spectral radiance.........................................11 spectral reflectance.................................5-11 converting image to.........................14-15 curve See spectrum defined.................................................5 spectral space..............................................9 spectrometer..................................................4 spectroscopy.........................................4,5 spectrum (spectra) endmember....................................19,20 image....................................3,17-20 in library.........................................8 mineral......................................6 mixed.................................................10 plant.....................................................7 plotting.................................................9 reflectance.......................................5-11 soil.......................................................5 solar...................................................12 water....................................................5 MicroImages, Inc. 11th Floor - Sharp Tower 206 South 13th Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508-2010 USA Voice: (402) 477-9554 FAX: (402) 477-9559 page 24 email: info@microimages.com internet: www.microimages.com...
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course ENV 148 taught by Professor Chang during the Spring '10 term at APU Japan.

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