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To assess the value of satellite imagery in resource evaluation on a national scale
Ockert Gerbrand Malan
1974 by South African Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in Pretoria .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] O. G. Malan.|
|Series||CSIR special report : FIS ; 50|
|LC Classifications||G70.5.S6 M34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 138 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||78307064|
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The aerial imaging community utilizes the National Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale (NIIRS) to define and measure the quality of images and performance of imaging systems. Through a process referred to as "rating" an image, the NIIRS is used by imagery analysts to assign a number which indicates the interpretability of a given image.
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To assess the value of satellite imagery in resource evaluation on a national scale book Digital imagery offers countless new opportunities for teachers to assess student understanding. In this webinar for the Ignite Digital Learning community, Sara Torpey of Britannica, considered practical approaches to both formative and summative student assessment that can be used immediately.
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Mapbox Satellite is used by designers, developers, cartographers, and mappers, all of whom depend on clear and up-to-date imagery. In order to assess the quality of this massive set of data — at higher zoom levels there are over quadrillion pixels in Mapbox Satellite — we needed an.
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The Water Resources Center is installing instruments at diverse sites across the state to record data by satellite telemetry. The National Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale (NIIRS) is a subjective scale used for rating the quality of imagery acquired from various types of imaging systems.
The NIIRS defines different levels of image quality/interpretability based on the types of tasks an analyst can perform with. report instruments like the VVIQ simply do not assess aspects of spatial imagery but instead assess aspects of object imagery (Heuer et al., ; Kozhevnikov et al., ; Reisberg et al., ).
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The scale uses a number to indicate the level of detail which may be seen in an image, and therefore how much information may be expected from it. Satellite remote sensing is a powerful tool to map flooded areas.
In recent years, the availability of free satellite data significantly increased in terms of type and frequency, allowing the production of flood maps at low cost around the world. National Geographic Society's Measurement, Evaluation and Research (MER) team ensures that the Society's investments further programmatic and grant-making priorities by monitoring, measuring, and evaluating activities to assess effectiveness and identify opportunities for learning and improvement.
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6 Video National Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale (Video-NIIRS) This documents the subjective quality scale for airborne motion imagery in the visible spectrum. When used in this context, ‘quality’ refers to interpretability, or the intelligence value of a video (or motion imagery) clip.
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