Optimization of Multi-Level Cooperative Remote Sensing Using Carriers Flying on Counter-Phase Trajectories

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The criterion for effectiveness of remote sensing system forming the image by the aim: a) further processing; b) detection of temporal changes or differences in spectral bands; accumulation and registration in GIS system is formulated. The optimal point in trajectory, where the maximum effectiveness of system’s operation of maximum information entropy at the system output is calculated. The regime limit value of parameters are calculated, upon surpassing of which the maximal effectiveness of the system may be reached.

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H. Asadov, N. Javadov, A. Mehdiyev and K. Ismaylov, "Optimization of Multi-Level Cooperative Remote Sensing Using Carriers Flying on Counter-Phase Trajectories," Positioning, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2011, pp. 150-152. doi: 10.4236/pos.2011.24015.

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