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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Identifying damage caused by the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake from VHR remote sensing dataEHRLICH Daniele; GUO Huadong; MOLCH Katrin; MA Jianwen; PESARESI MartinoArticles in Journals
2011Image interpreters and interpreted images: an eye tracking study applied to damage assessmentCASTOLDI ROBERTA; BROGLIA MARCO; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
2009An improved automatic detection method for earthquake - collapsed buildings from ADS40 imageGUO Huadong; LU Linlin; MA Janwen; PESARESI Martino; YUAN FangyanArticles in Journals
2011Improved textural built-up presence index for automatic recognition of human settlements in arid regions with scattered vegetationPESARESI Martino; GERHARDINGER AndreaArticles in Journals
2011An interactive image mining tool handling gigapixel imagesGUEGUEN LIONEL; PESARESI Martino; SOILLE PierreContributions to Conferences
2009International workshop on validation of geo-information products for crisis managementCORBAN CHRISTINA; BROGLIA MARCO; CARRION DANIELA; LEMOINE Guido; PESARESI MartinoBooks
2011Mathematical Morphology and its Applications to Image and Signal ProcessingSOILLE Pierre; PESARESI Martino; OUZOUNIS GEORGIOSBooks
2009A methodology to quantify built-up structures from optical VHR imageryPESARESI Martino; EHRLICH DanieleArticles in books
2007Monitoring Settlement Dynamics by Anisotropic Textural Analysis of Panchromatic VHR DataPESARESI MARTINO; GERHARDINGER ANDREA; KAYITAKIRE FRANCOISContributions to Conferences
2009Morphological Descriptors and Spatial Aggregations for Characterizing Damaged Buildings in Very High Resolution ImagesGUEGUEN LIONEL; PESARESI Martino; SOILLE Pierre; GERHARDINGER AndreaContributions to Conferences
2009Morphological image filtering for improvement of textural built-up index performances in case of presence of scattered vegetation in semi-desertic areasPESARESI Martino; GERHARDINGER AndreaContributions to Conferences
2007Moving Targets Velocity and Direction Estimation by Using a Single Optical VHR Satellite ImageryPESARESI MARTINO; GUTJAR K.h.; PAGOT ELODIEContributions to Conferences
2011Multi scale Harris corner detector based on Differential Morphological DecompositionGUEGUEN LIONEL; PESARESI MartinoArticles in Journals
2013Multiscale quality assessment of Global Human Settlement Layer scenes against reference data using statistical learningOUZOUNIS Georgios K.; SYRRIS VASILEIOS; PESARESI MartinoArticles in Journals
2001A New Approach for the Morphological Segmentation of High-Resolution Satellite Imagery.PESARESI Martino; BENEDIKTSSON Jon atliArticles in Journals
2012A New Built-Up Presence Index Based On Density of CornersGUEGUEN LIONEL; SOILLE Pierre; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
2012A new compact representation of morphological profiles: report on first massive VHR image processing at the JRCPESARESI Martino; OUZOUNIS GEORGIOS; GUEGUEN LIONELContributions to Conferences
2012Next-generation Digital EarthGOODCHILD Michael; GUO Huadong; ANNONI Alessandro; BIAN Ling; DE BIE Kees; CAMPBELL Frederick; CRAGLIA Massimo; EHLERS Manfred; VAN GENDEREN John; JACKSON Davina, et alArticles in Journals
2013On the feasibility to map the settlements of Brazil with the CBERS-2B satelliteKEMPER Thomas; BLAES XAVIER; EHRLICH Daniele; HAAG Fernand; PESARESI MartinoContributions to Conferences
2010Performance measures for object detection evaluationOZDEMIR Bahadir; ASKOY Selim; ECKERT Sandra; PESARESI Martino; EHRLICH DanieleArticles in Journals
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