Is a Good Image Good Enough?

December 10th, 2007 | by admin |

Even the best looking natural color or color infrared images do not show the
full extent of the information that can be extracted from a MS image data set.
Making a “good-looking” image does not require highly-analytical operations.
But, producing accurate and consistent information always requires highly analytical
and precise, knowledge-based operations
Many analysts rely exclusively on their brain and their eyes to “see”
information in spatial patterns and perceived colors. While manual photo
interpretation is an old and respectable art, this approach often leaves
significant information behind.

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