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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Assessment of the Area Measurement on Cartosat-1 ImagePLUTO-KOSSAKOWSKA Joanna; GRANDGIRARD David; ZIELINSKI Rafal; KAY SimonContributions to Conferences
2010An automated method for detection of selected non-conformities within LPIS database based on image object extraction approachZIELINSKI Rafal; LOUDJANI PhilippePhD Theses
2008Land Parcel Identification System (LPIS) Anomalies' Sampling and Spatial Pattern: Towards convergence of ecological methodologies and GIS technologiesGRANDGIRARD David; ZIELINSKI RafalEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Orthorectification and Geometric Quality Assessment of Cartosat-1 for Common Agricultural Policy MonitoringKAY SIMON; ZIELINSKI RAFALContributions to Conferences
2007Orthorectification and Geometric Quality Assessment of Cartosat-1 For Common Agricultural Policy Monitoring: Final ResultsZIELINSKI RAFAL; KAY SIMONContributions to Conferences
2005Quality checking of DEM derived from satellite data (SPOT and SRTM)KAY SIMON; SPRUYT PETER; ZIELINSKI Rafal; WINKLER Peter; IVAN Gyula; MIHÁLY SzabolcsContributions to Conferences
2006Quality Checking of DSM Derived from Satellite Data (SPOT and SRTM) on the Base of Hungarian High Resolution DEMWINKLER Peter; GYULA Ivan; KAY SIMON; SPRUYT PETER; ZIELINSKI RAFALArticles in Journals
2009Summary Results of the LPIS Survey 2008ZIELINSKI Rafal; SAGRIS ValentinaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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