Electronic still camera processing and mosaicking
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Since 1990, the Deep Submergence Laboratory and Deep Submergence Group of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution have been collecting large quantities of digital imagery and creating digital photomosaics of the sea floor. Initially, the digital image collection, processing, and mosaicking processes were all highly specialized "one of a kind" efforts. Over the past decade, this process has been refined, standardized, and made into a robust "pipeline." The collection , processing, and mosaicking can be reliably carried out on a routine basis. Deep Submergence Group personnel perform collection, processing, and archiving, while science party users can be trained in mosaicking. This report will describe the pipeline, yielding insight into the evolution and purposes of each step.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Howland, Jonathan C., Lerner, Steven A., "Electronic still camera processing and mosaicking", 1999-12-23, DOI:10.1575/1912/93, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/93
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