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Ocean Remote Sensing and Imaging II
Methods from computer vision and scale-space theory are applied to the study of sea-ice motion in Antarctica. The input data is a sequence of daily images of the continent, obtained from scatterometer data and processed with a resolution enhancing algorithm. The information contained in these images can be studied at different scales when the appropriate filters are applied. Large scales omit detail and smoothen local variations of intensity while smaller scales show much detail and localdoi:10.1117/12.506209 fatcat:llj3hu5bxne3dnungfljrufu4u