infrared imagery


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infrared imagery

That imagery produced as a result of sensing electromagnetic radiation emitted or reflected from a given target surface in the infrared position of the electromagnetic spectrum.
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Vickers, "Plateau equalization algorithm for real-time display of high-quality infrared imagery," Optical Engineering, vol.
Within this visual regime, surveillance practices are extended beyond epidermalization (Browne, 2010; Fanon, 1967), personal information gathering (Lyon, 2002), and biometrics (Gates, 2011) as infrared imagery isolates suspects according to the heat waves emitted by their bodies.
In infrared imagery, abnormal behavior recognition (Li et al, 2013) wavelet approaches mainly include wavelet histogram and wavelet moments.
More importantly, all existing methods texture their models with optical rather than infrared imagery which is crucial for energy analysis.
It allows troops to collect infrared imagery in a moving vehicle while the sensor is fully elevated, officials said.
Check satellite imagery and be very careful to determine whether you are looking at visible or infrared imagery. Why?
A search of archival data revealed counterparts in Spitzer infrared imagery and in radio data from the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope in Australia.
There were aspects of "He Fought with a Camera," the interview of Jack Stewart by Guy Nasuti [I Was There, August 2011], that I had some trouble with: mention of color film later in the war and the use of infrared imagery to "see underwater." In reality, even more modern-day imagery intelligence through the 1980s relied upon black-and-white film rather than color, because with color, you had three layers of emulsion for amber (yellow), magenta (red) and cyan (blue).
The KA-10 can also receive global broadcasts from unmanned aircraft systems and access forward-looking infrared imagery, streaming video or terrain and mapping information.
Using infrared imagery, the Thermal Matrix ACT system analyzes the heat signature of approaching individuals to determine if they are hiding something beneath their clothing.
Now Cardiff is employing ultra-accurate infrared imagery supplied by satellites.
Aerial infrared imagery, used for the purposes of providing population counts and estimating population size for ungulates, has been collected most often using Forward-Looking Infrared (FLIR; Naugle et al.