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1 March 1974 Image Recording Requirements For Earth Observation Applications In The Next Decade
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The ability to image large terrestrial areas from space with high spatial resolution and radiometric fidelity gives rise to unprecedented requirements for handling, storing, and displaying such information. These requirements, expected during the next decade, are discussed in this paper as they apply to pictorial image recording on the basis of total system consideration, and the user end product. In this context, there are two types of users: the image recording system user and the end product user, both of whom must be taken into consideration in the process of developing and implementing image recording systems. Thus, requirements for image recording systems are viewed from the standpoints of system perfor-mance, system operation, product type, and product quality.
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Bernard Peavey and John Y. Sos "Image Recording Requirements For Earth Observation Applications In The Next Decade", Proc. SPIE 0053, Laser Recording and Information Handling Technology I, (1 March 1974); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.954207
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