Accession Number : AD0775271

Title :   Orientation of Continuous-Strip Imagery,

Corporate Author : NEW BRUNSWICK UNIV FREDERICTON

Personal Author(s) : Derenyi,Eugene E.

Report Date : 1973

Pagination or Media Count : 10

Abstract : Three schemes are suggested for the relative orientation of continuous-strip imageries produced by stereo systems: (1) Line-to-line orientation method, in which two lines of corresponding points are oriented relatively; (2) Section-to-section method, in which the strip is subdivided into sections and it is assumed that orientation elements remain constant within such a section; and (3) Triple-channel recording scheme which presupposes that three sets of images are recorded simultaneously, one of which is a vertical view of the terrain and the other two are taken at diverging angles. The third scheme provides the most promising solution; however, an appropriate sensor package needs to be designed and constructed. (Author)

Descriptors :   *Stereophotogrammetry, *Photointerpretation, Continuous strip cameras, Side looking radar, Infrared scanning, Line scanning, Canada

Subject Categories : Cartography and Aerial Photography

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE