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Editorial for the Special Issue "Remote Sensing of Flow Velocity, Channel Bathymetry, and River Discharge"

Carl J. Legleiter, Tamlin Pavelsky, Michael Durand, George H. Allen, Angelica Tarpanelli, Renato Frasson, Inci Guneralp, Amy Woodget
2020 Remote Sensing  
, we also want to direct the reader's attention to another special issue on "Remote Sensing of Large Rivers" published in Remote Sensing in 2020.  ...  Also note that in addition to the three papers published in this special issue, non-contact measurement of flow velocities has garnered increased coverage in Remote Sensing recently.  ...  Acknowledgments: The guest editors would like to thank the authors who contributed to this special issue and the reviewers who helped to improve the quality of the special issue by providing constructive  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12142304 fatcat:lxuo6cznvbefnk4jhehha2zmva

Computational Intelligence in Remote Sensing: An Editorial

Manuel Graña, Michal Wozniak, Sebastian Rios, Javier de de Lope
2020 Sensors  
In this editorial paper we provide the setting of the special issue "Computational Intelligence in Remote Sensing" and an overview of the published papers.  ...  Remote sensing data has been a salient field of application of computational intelligence algorithms, both for the exploitation of the data and for the research/development of new data analysis tools.  ...  Acknowledgments: The work in this paper has been partially supported by FEDER funds for the MINECO project TIN2017-85827-P.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20030633 pmid:31979240 pmcid:PMC7038229 fatcat:inwh36whqffs5fy7i5hzrfzmb4

Special issue on multimodal data fusion for multidimensional signal processing

Jinchang Ren, Junwei Han, Mauro Dalla Mura
2016 Multidimensional systems and signal processing  
His main research activities are in the fields of remote sensing, image processing, and pattern recognition.  ...  of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition Letters, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11045-016-0441-0 fatcat:wiqlk4sl4rchzlpa4jevmukrpy

Recent Advances in Imaging Sensors and Applications

Changhan Yoon, Changho Lee
2021 Sensors  
Recent advances in sensor technology have allowed us to develop many interesting applications and enhance the quality of human life [...]  ...  Acknowledgments: The Guest Editors thank all the authors, reviewers, and members of MDPI's editorial team whose work has led to the publication of this Special Issue.  ...  In addition, two comprehensive review papers have been published in this Special Issue.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21123970 fatcat:3uxsvfv3wvg2fhoxopjwih2awi

Introduction to Vertical Geology thematic issue

Michel Jaboyedoff, Marc-Henri Derron, Simon J. Buckley, Marco Scaioni
2015 European Journal of Remote Sensing  
Both served to make this special issue possible. In particular we would like to mention those people who served as reviewers:  ...  The presentations focused on remote sensing of the terrain surface and digital processing to support 3D geological modelling and interpretation in various fields of geosciences such as (non-exhaustive  ...  However, the European Journal of Remote Sensing accepted to host this special issue containing some of the contributions that were presented originally as extended abstracts within the proceedings of the  ... 
doi:10.5721/eujrs20154827 fatcat:pjfto2kwcjgsrpnkpk365gck2y

Application of Remote Sensing in Agriculture & Animal Husbandry, ICT Programmes in Livestock Development Problems & Prospect of ICT in Livestock Development

S. Senapati, A. Paikaray, B.C. Das, P. Swain
2016 International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology  
The remote sensing techniques will continue to be very important factor in the improvement of present system of acquiring agricultural data.  ...  The importance of remote sensing applications to agricultural and allied sectors involve land use pattern, crop production crop yield determination, livestock population, sex of animal, types of farm and  ...  Remote sensing also employed in determining land use patterns, flood prone area mapping, monitoring desertification, land use mapping, soil mapping.  ... 
doi:10.22161/ijeab/1.4.42 fatcat:olvfmgwcejdvpnh7tbxnuxghry

Remote sensing techniques for geo-problem applications

Shen-En Chen, Paul Sumitro, Chuck Boyle
2016 Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication  
Remote sensing refers to non-contact sensing from a distance away. Most remote sensing techniques such as satellite imaging and aerial LiDAR scans have been popular for geo-spatial analysis.  ...  In this paper, focus is placed on remote sensing techniques that do not require surface treatments and techniques that can be used for quantitative measurements.  ...  The views, opinions, findings and conclusions reflected in this presentation or publication are the responsibility of the authors or presenters only and do not represent the official policy or position  ... 
doi:10.3208/jgssp.tc302-05 fatcat:jja6v22v4jftvhkxwnwhbvwxr4

"Use of 3D Point Clouds in Geohazards" Special Issue: Current Challenges and Future Trends

Antonio Abellan, Marc-Henri Derron, Michel Jaboyedoff
2016 Remote Sensing  
The authors, assistant editors and the academic editors are also gratefully acknowledged for their interest in contributing with this excellent Special Issue.  ...  Acknowledgments: Guest editors would like to acknowledge the external reviewers that assured reaching the quality standards of Remote Sensing journals through their much appreciated iterative review process  ...  remote sensing techniques in hazardous volcanic areas.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs8020130 fatcat:mun2ezxoj5fmxihtw5erenchem

The COMPARES Project: Connectionist methods for preprocessing and analysis of remote sensing data [chapter]

J. Austin, G. Giacinto, I. Kanellopoulos, K. Lees, F. Roll, G. Vernazza, G. Wilkinson
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The European Concerted Action \COMPARES" (Concerted Action on COnnectionist Methods for Preprocessing and Analysis of REmote Sensing Data) was funded within the Environment and Climate Programme of the  ...  The \COMPARES" project was aimed at focussing and coordinating future research at European level on the general theme of connectionist computation in the eld of Earth Observation (EO).  ...  Cross (EC, DGXII-D-4, Brussels), monitoring o cer for COMPARES, for his constructive advice on the formulation and execution of this Concerted Action.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-63508-4_194 fatcat:zi7xsoeyvzbwxf4pfskq7usq3m

Social Sensing: A New Approach to Understanding Our Socioeconomic Environments

Yu Liu, Xi Liu, Song Gao, Li Gong, Chaogui Kang, Ye Zhi, Guanghua Chi, Li Shi
2015 Annals of the Association of American Geographers  
This article conceptually bridges social sensing with remote sensing and points out the major issues when applying social sensing data and associated analytics.  ...  First, they can be viewed as the analogue and complement of remote sensing, as big data can capture well socioeconomic features while conventional remote sensing data do not have such privilege.  ...  With regard to integrating social sensing data with remote sensing data, the conventional approach for fusing remote sensing data and non-telemetric data is taking non-remotely-sensed data as a band of  ... 
doi:10.1080/00045608.2015.1018773 fatcat:cuul5c75ifah3k35gjfbmybata

Remote sensing of inland waters: Challenges, progress and future directions

Stephanie C.J. Palmer, Tiit Kutser, Peter D. Hunter
2015 Remote Sensing of Environment  
Many thanks are also due to Marvin Bauer, editor-in chief of Remote Sensing of Environment, and Betty Schiefelbein, managing editor, whose guidance, assistance, advice and endless patience related to the  ...  Acknowledgements This special issue is published as a result of the dedication and hard work of the various authors, and the constructive feedback and contributions of the many reviewers, to whom we are  ...  The previous Remote Sensing of Environment special issue on "Monitoring freshwater, estuarine and near-shore benthic ecosystems with multi-sensor remote sensing" (Goetz et al., 2008) included several  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2014.09.021 fatcat:agifth4p4ndcfhxp4vszb77lku

Wideband, Multiband, Tunable, and Smart Antenna Systems for Mobile and UWB Wireless Applications

Renato Cicchetti, Antonio Faraone, Diego Caratelli, Massimiliano Simeoni
2013 International Journal of Antennas and Propagation  
Acknowledgments The editors would like to express their gratitude to the authors and the anonymous reviewers for their contributions to this special issue.  ...  This special issue is intended to reflect current R&D trends and novel approaches in the analysis and synthesis of antenna systems for the new generation of mobile communication devices, such as smartphones  ...  The special issue is composed of 18 contributions that can be divided into the following 8 clusters.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/254807 fatcat:ihyzszvg3fcgxej6m6335vwrzm

European species and habitat monitoring: where are we now?

Dirk S. Schmeller
2008 Biodiversity and Conservation  
This special issue on biodiversity and monitoring presents an overview of the current state of biodiversity monitoring in Europe, gives suggestions for the integration of monitoring data to improve the  ...  The special issue is aimed to provide recommendations and suggestions for more standardized monitoring approaches, and is mainly based on the Wndings of the EU-project EuMon.  ...  The second section of the special issue addresses problems in ground observation and remote sensing, and provides some recommendations for methodological improvements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10531-008-9514-1 fatcat:sk4tlgrqtraftl62xafkbb2py4

Spatial data mining and geographic knowledge discovery—An introduction

Jeremy Mennis, Diansheng Guo
2009 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
The articles included in this special issue contribute to spatial data mining research by developing new techniques for point pattern analysis, prediction in space-time data, and analysis of moving object  ...  sensing, location-aware services and surveys, and internet-based volunteered geographic information.  ...  Acknowledgment We would like to express our thanks to all the authors who submitted papers to the special issue and especially Jean-Claude Thill for his assistance in preparing this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2009.11.001 fatcat:f6uwefuupjfq3kdi7gkvmtgsji

Recent remote sensing applications for hydro and morphodynamic monitoring and modelling

Neil Entwistle, George Heritage, David Milan
2018 Earth Surface Processes and Landforms  
The 2010 special issue on the remote sensing of rivers noted that fluvial remote sensing articles made up some 14% of the total river related articles in ESPL.  ...  The ability to collect continuous data spanning spatial scales now allows geomorphological research in a data rich environment and this special issue [coming just eight years after the 2010 special issue  ...  The 2010 special issue of Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (ESPL) associated with the remote sensing of rivers contained 12 seminal articles on the emerging use of remote sensing platforms in geomorphology  ... 
doi:10.1002/esp.4378 fatcat:xdyqvnusgfglbmbm7mdehqg5ze
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