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High Performance Computing In Remote Sensing

Books from same Author: Antonio J Plaza and Chein-I Chang

Books from same Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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    Author(s)Antonio J Plaza and Chein-I Chang
    PublisherTaylor & Francis
    ISBN9781584886624
    Pages496
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearOctober 2007

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    Taylor & Francis High Performance Computing In Remote Sensing by Antonio J Plaza and Chein-I Chang

    Solutions for Time-Critical Remote Sensing Applications The recent use of latest-generation sensors in airborne and satellite platforms is producing a nearly continual stream of high-dimensional data, which, in turn, is creating new processing challenges. To address the computational requirements of time-critical applications, researchers have begun incorporating high performance computing (HPC) models in remote sensing missions. High Performance Computing in Remote Sensing is one of the first volumes to explore state-of-the-art HPC techniques in the context of remote sensing problems. It focuses on the computational complexity of algorithms that are designed for parallel computing and processing. A Diverse Collection of Parallel Computing Techniques and Architectures The book first addresses key computing concepts and developments in remote sensing. It also covers application areas not necessarily related to remote sensing, such as multimedia and video processing. Each subsequent chapter illustra