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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Artem Fomenko
Application for Creating Mosaics of Satellite Scenes
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
The analysis of remote sensing data plays an important role in the processing of geo-spatial

data. Geoanalysis of remote sensing scenes is often carried out under the condition of radiometric

consistency of scenes. As remote sensing data is aquired at different dates and different

weather conditions, or using different sensors. If in addition to atmospheric changes on satellite

imagery, land surface changes have occurred, they must be excluded from the calculation of

radiometric normalization. Existing software products do not provide this capability. The purpose

of this work was to create a program that allows the user to mosaic satellite imagery using

an algorithm of automatic exclusion of the changed terrain from calculations (IR-MAD). As a

result of the work on the application, an algorithm was implemented that significantly exceeded

existing implementations in the computational speed. In this paper, a description of developed

web-application, as well as formulas of implemented normalization algorithm are given.

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