Imaging spectroscopy for urban mapping

Principles, methodological concepts and applications of hyperspectral data for mapping urban land cover
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This slide collection provides an introduction to the capabilities of imaging spectroscopy (IS) for urban mapping. Initially, a brief introduction to urban mapping is given. This is followed by a basic overview of IS of urban surface materials and urban green types as well as challenges related to airborne and spaceborne data acquisitions. Then, methodological concepts for urban land cover mapping are introduced. Finally, different cases studies are shown to demonstrate a range of possible applications of urban IS.

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