Subsea image interpretation. A problem in remote sensing

L. M. Linnett, G. Shippey, C. Graham

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Abstract

This paper illustrates statistical techniques which can be applied to acoustic imagery to compensate for the lack of multispectral information. Fractal segmentation appears to be a very powerful technique for discriminating local variations in the sea-floor, which is important in enabling boundaries between different regions to be delineated. The measurement of spectral attenuation in the sub-bottom provides a possible tool for obtaining information on geotechnical properties of the sediments. This type of information could reduce the requirement for seabed coring surveys which are very expensive and time consuming.

Original languageEnglish
JournalIEE Colloquium (Digest)
Issue number59
Publication statusPublished - 1990
EventColloquium on Recent Developments in Image Processing: Applications in Remote Sensing - London, Engl
Duration: 6 Apr 19906 Apr 1990

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    Linnett, L. M., Shippey, G., & Graham, C. (1990). Subsea image interpretation. A problem in remote sensing. IEE Colloquium (Digest), (59).