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TitleDepth Perception with Remote Sensing Data
 
AuthorToutin, Th
SourceEARSeL Symposium 1997 Future Trends in Remote Sensing, Technical University of Denmark, Lingby, 17-20 June; 1997 p. 401-409
Year1997
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20042309
PublisherA.A. Balkema Publisher, Rotterdam
Documentbook
Lang.English
Mediapaper
AbstractDepth perception, as part of data fusion, is a sophisticated process which actively combines physiological and psychological cues with a mental model. Little is known of how this cues are combined in our brain. A large part of depth perception is thus not completely understood. Furthermore, viewing radar data in stereo is then sometimes more difficult than optical data since it is not as natural. This paper presents some basic aspects of visual mechanisms to better understand depth perception with remote sensing data, and some thoughts about its applicability to radar data, and especially with RADARSAT.
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