In digital image processing, remote sensing raw data are turned into images the user can evaluate. This requires a wide range of mathematical functions which in the field are mostly taken over by programmes for computer-aided image processing. However, an understanding of how, for instance, a distorted image is turned into an image which is geometrically correct and which complies with a topographic map is vital if you are working with such data. Hence, this topic can be linked to many topics in mathematics lessons, especially to statistics, linear algebra and geometry. |