RESULTS FROM THE CROP IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT FOR REMOTE SENSING (CITARS) PROJECT.

R. M. Bizzell, F. G. Hall, A. H. Feiveson, Marvin E Bauer, B. J. Davis, W. A. Malila, D. P. Rice

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Abstract

The CITARS task design and objectives are reviewed and final results presented, together with conclusions and recommendations. It was found that several factors had a significant effect on crop identification performance: crop maturity and site characteristics; which of several different single-date automatic data processing procedures was used for local recognition; nonlocal recognition, both with and without preprocessing for the extension of recognition signatures; and use of multidate (multitemporal) data. Among other conclusions is that classification accuracy for field center pixels was not a reliable indicator or proportion estimation performance for whole areas. Refs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages1189-1198
Number of pages10
StatePublished - Jan 1 1975
EventProc of the Int Symp on Remote Sensing of Environ, 10th - Ann Arbor, Mich
Duration: Oct 6 1975Oct 10 1975

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OtherProc of the Int Symp on Remote Sensing of Environ, 10th
CityAnn Arbor, Mich
Period10/6/7510/10/75

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Bizzell, R. M., Hall, F. G., Feiveson, A. H., Bauer, M. E., Davis, B. J., Malila, W. A., & Rice, D. P. (1975). RESULTS FROM THE CROP IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT FOR REMOTE SENSING (CITARS) PROJECT.. 1189-1198. Paper presented at Proc of the Int Symp on Remote Sensing of Environ, 10th, Ann Arbor, Mich, .