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Title: Evaluation of LBTM for HRSI rectification
Authors: Sun, YS
Shaker, A
Shi, WZ 
Keywords: High-resolution satellite imagery
Linear feature
Geometric rectification
Issue Date: 2008
Source: Proceedings of ISPRS Congress 2008, Beijing, PRC, 3-7 July 2008, v. B1-b, p. 1171 How to cite?
Abstract: At present, HRSI (High-resolution Satellite Imagery) is more and more widely applied for surveying, land, constructing, production and living field, and it becomes increasingly important to acquire orthophotograph by processing geometric rectification of satellite original images. Less or without GCPs (Ground Control Points) in several parts of area is a puzzled problem for remote sensing imagery rectification. In this paper a three-dimensional affine transformation, 3D affine LBTM (Line Based Transformation Model) is introduced, and is applied to achieve geometric rectification based on a set of artificial data which used to evaluate the feasibility of this developing model for different terrains and the number, density, elevation, slope, distribution and attitude requirement of linear features.
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