No matter how advanced the technology, there is always the human factor involved - the power behind the technology. Interpreting Remote Sensing Imagery: Human Factors draws together leading psychologists, remote sensing scientists, and government and industry scientists to consider the factors involved in expertise and perceptual skill.
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part section one|56 pages


chapter chapter one|8 pages


ByRobert R. Hoffman, Arthur B. Markman

chapter chapter two|46 pages

Angles of Regard: Psychology Meets Technology in the Perception and Interpretation of Nonliteral Imagery

ByRobert R. Hoffman, Arthur Markman, Walter H. Carnahan

part section two|58 pages

The Communication of Topographic Perspectives and Forms

chapter chapter three|24 pages

Human Factors in the Interpretation of Physiography by Symbolic and Numerical Representations within an Expert System

ByDemetre P. Argialas, G. Ch. Miliaresis

chapter chapter four|32 pages

Scenes into Numbers: Facing the Subjective in Landform Quantification

ByRichard J. Pike

part section three|68 pages

Seeing the Invisible

chapter chapter five|20 pages

On the Psychophysics of Night Vision Goggles *

ByWilliam R. Uttal, Randall W. Gibb

chapter chapter six|46 pages

Human Perception of Sensor-Fused Imagery

ByEdward A. Essock, Jason S. McCarley, Michael J. Sinai, J. Kevin DeFord

part section four|90 pages

Seeing the Dynamics