Satellite data processing system (SDPS) users manual V1.0
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SDPS is a menu driven interactive program designed to facilitate the display and output of image and line-based data sets common to telemetry, modeling and remote sensing. This program can be used to display up to four separate raster images and overlay line-based data such as coastlines, ship tracks and velocity vectors. The program uses multiple windows to communicate information with the user. At any given time, the program may have up to four image display windows as well as auxiliary windows containing information about each image displayed. SDPS is not a commercial program. It does not contain complete type checking or error diagnostics which may allow the program to crash. Known anomalies will be mentioned in the appropriate section as notes or cautions.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Caruso, Michael J., Dunn, Christopher V. R., "Satellite data processing system (SDPS) users manual V1.0", 1989-05, DOI:10.1575/1912/6415, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/6415
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