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Title : Using Orthorectification For Cross-Platform Image Fusion
Company : Cardio Logic, Inc.
Date : 23-May-2010
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The popular term “image fusion” often refers to combing two images to form a single image containing elements from both and hoped to somehow be of more value. While combining two images into one may have merit in certain applications, this paper will focus the combining of the information in two images of a common location taken from different sensors and/or different platforms and demonstrate the utility of correlation by simply overlaying one image on the other.
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