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Course Name
Turkish Uzaktan Algılama I
English Remote Sensing I
Course Code
GEO 208 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 4
2 - - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Çiğdem Göksel
Course Objectives With this course students, it is intended to give in-depth knowledge about the electromagnetic energy which is the main source of energy in Remote Sensing and its role in determining the properties of the Earth features. In addition to this, it is aimed to provide basic knowledge and skills needed to acquire the necessary and versatile information related to different types of objects using image statistics and the visual interpretation.
Course Description This course gives an understanding of the physical basis (electromagnetic energy, the EM interactions with atmosphere and earth objects) and the basic knowledge related to the satellite sensor systems, digital image, vision and image interpretation elements etc. In this course some related subjects such as the application areas of remote sensing and main features of remote sensing images such as resolution are also given.
Course Outcomes 1 Explains the basic concepts of remote sensing and its importance in Geomatics Engineering Discipline
2 Explains the interactions of electromagnetic radiation with earth atmosphere and surface features
3 Comprehends the basic characteristics, limitations, advantages and
application areas of Optical Imagery
4 Comprehends the basic characteristics, limitations, advantages and
application areas of Thermal Infrared Satellite Imagery
5 Lists the basic characteristics of Microwave Remote Sensing Imagery, comprehends the limitations, advantages and application areas of Microwave Remote Sensing Imagery
6 Analises basic features (resolution, image statistics, number of bands, coverage area) of satellite images
7 Explains the concept of different multi data/vision (X2)
8 Explains the visual perception elements and interpretation techniques used in visual analysis, demonstrates, and perform analysis
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Textbook * Campbell, James B.; Wynne, Randolph H. Introduction to Remote Sensing. Edition: 5th ed. New York: Guilford Press. 2011. eBook.

* Uzaktan Algılama, Anadolu Universitesi, (Editör: Filiz Sunar), No:2320/1317, 2011.

* Dijital Görüntü İşleme, Anadolu Universitesi, (Editör: Filiz Sunar), No:3658/2486, 2017.
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