In irrigation management the estimation of the radiometric surface temperature is of fundamental importance in evaluating the spatial distribution of land surface evapotranspiration. However, obtaining both high spatial and temporal resolutions data is impossible for any real sensor. In this paper we propose and investigate the use of sequential Bayesian techniques for integrating heterogeneous data with complementary features. A validation is performed by means of images acquired from SEVIRI and MODIS sensors in the thermal channels IR 10:8 and 31, respectively.

A sequential Bayesian procedure for integrating heterogeneous remotely sensed data for irrigation management

ADDESSO, PAOLO;CONTE, ROBERTO;LONGO, Maurizio;RESTAINO, Rocco;VIVONE, GEMINE
2012-01-01

Abstract

In irrigation management the estimation of the radiometric surface temperature is of fundamental importance in evaluating the spatial distribution of land surface evapotranspiration. However, obtaining both high spatial and temporal resolutions data is impossible for any real sensor. In this paper we propose and investigate the use of sequential Bayesian techniques for integrating heterogeneous data with complementary features. A validation is performed by means of images acquired from SEVIRI and MODIS sensors in the thermal channels IR 10:8 and 31, respectively.
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