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Talk: Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies: Challenges and Research Opportunities

Next Friday, on October 20th, Prof. Ricardo Torres will talk about Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies: Challenges and Research Opportunities at the Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Earth Observation in conjunction with the SIBGRAPI 2017 – Conference on … Continue reading

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Talk: Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies

Tomorrow, on Oct 6th 2017 at 14h IC/Unicamp auditorium, Prof. Ricardo Torres will give a talk about Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies. The talk is part of the Institute of Computing weekly seminars series of 2017. Title: Remote … Continue reading

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Modeling plant phenology database: Blending near-surface remote phenology with on-the-ground observations

The study of recurrent life cycles events and its relationship to climate, plant phenology, handles multifaceted information that needs to be organized and made promptly accessed by scientific community. In this paper, the authors propose the conceptual design and implementation … Continue reading

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Phenological visual rhythms: Compact representations for fine-grained plant species identification

The plant species identification is a key issue for the phenological observation of tree crowns using phenocams. In this paper, entitle “Phenological visual rhythms: Compact representations for fine-grained plant species identification” and published at Pattern Recognition Letters, Volume 81, 2016, … Continue reading

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