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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Post-conflict Reconstruction Assessment using Image Morphological Profile and Fuzzy Multicriteria Approach on 1-m- Resolution Satellite Data; Application Test on the Koidu Village in Sierra Leone, AfricaPESARESI MARTINO; PAGOT ELODIEContributions to Conferences
2007Post-conflict Urban Reconstruction Assessment Using Image Morphological Profile on 1-m-Resolution Satellite Data in a Fuzzy Possibilistic Approach Application: Koidu, Sierra Leone, AfricaPAGOT ELODIE; PESARESI MARTINOArticles in books
2010Post-Event Damage Assessment Using Morphological Methodology on 0.5m Resolution Satellite DataJENEROWICZ Malgorzata; KEMPER Thomas; PESARESI Martino; SOILLE PierreArticles in Journals
2010Post-Event Damage Assessment Using Morphological Methodology on 0.5m Resolution Satellite DataJENEROWICZ Malgorzata; KEMPER Thomas; PESARESI Martino; SOILLE PierreContributions to Conferences
2010Quantifying the building stock from VHR optical satellite imagery for assessing disaster riskEHRLICH Daniele; ZEUG Gunter; GALLEGO PINILLA Francisco; GERHARDINGER Andrea; PESARESI MartinoArticles in Journals
2011Quantitative estimation of settlement density and limits based on textural measurementsPESARESI Martino; HALKIA Stamatia; OUZOUNIS GEORGIOSContributions to Conferences
2007Rapid Damage Assessment of Built-up Structures using VHR Satellite Data in Tsunami Affected AreaPESARESI MARTINO; GERHARDINGER ANDREA; HAAG FERNANDArticles in Journals
2008Remote Sensing for International Stability and Security - Integrating GMOSS Achievements in GMESZEUG GUNTER; KEMPER THOMAS; STEEL ALAN; PESARESI MARTINOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Remote Sensing from Space - Supporting International Peace and SecurityJASANI Bhupendra; PESARESI Martino; SCHNEIDERBAUER Stefan; ZEUG GunterBooks
2008A Robust Built-up Area Presence Index by Anisotropic Rotation-invariant Textural MeasurePESARESI MARTINO; GERHARDINGER ANDREA; KAYITAKIRE FrancoisArticles in Journals
2011Rubble detection from VHR aerial imagery data using differential morphological profilesOUZOUNIS GEORGIOS; SOILLE Pierre; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
2006Spatial Permeability Model at the European Union Land BorderSTEPHENNE MASSART NATHALIE; PESARESI MARTINOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Standard Operating Procedure - Collaborative Spatial Assessment CoSA - Release 1.0CORBAN CHRISTINA; LEMOINE Guido; AL KHUDHAIRY Delilah; KEMPER Thomas; VAN LEEUWEN HANS; PESARESI Martino; GILL Stuart; LALLEMENT David; SAITO Keiko; EGUCHI Ronald, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Structure extraction and characterization from Differential Morphological DecompositionGUEGUEN LIONEL; SOILLE Pierre; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
2009Supporting slum mapping using very high resolution satellite dataKEMPER Thomas; WANIA Annett; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
2008Supporting the Response to Natural DisastersANNUNZIATO Alessandro; AL KHUDHAIRY Delilah; SAN MIGUEL AYANZ Jesus; DE ROO Arie; PESARESI MartinoArticles in Journals
2008Textural Analysis of Coca Plantations Using Remotely Sensed Data with Resolution 1 MetrePESARESI MARTINOArticles in Journals
2000Texture Analysis for Urban Pattern Recognition Using Fine-Resolution Panchromatic Satellite Imagery.PESARESI MartinoArticles in Journals
2011Toward Global Automatic Built-Up Area Recognition Using Optical VHR ImageryPESARESI Martino; EHRLICH Daniele; CARAVAGGI Ivano; KAUFFMANN MAYEUL; LOUVRIER ChristopheArticles in Journals
2009Towards a Classification Scheme for Analysis of Settlement in Africa by VHR satellite imageryHALKIA Stamatia; EHRLICH Daniele; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
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