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Title : COVARIANCE PROPAGATION FROM SPECIFIC TO GENERIC MODEL
Company : National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (IAI, contractor)
File Name : Theiss.pdf
Size : 336701
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Date : 22-Aug-2010
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Featured Paper by

Henry Theiss

Geopositioning from optical sensors onboard airborne platforms, e.g. UAVs, requires a sensor model and subsequently a means to perform rigorous covariance propagation of position and attitude parameters to the ground space. Builders of such imaging systems often do not know precisely what elements to report, and how to report them, in the data stream along with the image pixel data. As such, it is mutually beneficial – to both builders of an imaging system and to exploiters of the imagery – to define a minimum set of metadata elements, including associated covariance information, which shall be populated with values.
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