ISSN 0021-3454 (print version)
ISSN 2500-0381 (online version)

vol 63 / September, 2020

DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2016-59-1-38-44

UDC 528.8.04


A. N. Grigoriev
A. F. Mozhaysky Military Space Academy, Department of Optical-Electronic Means; Associate Professor

E. I. Shabakov
Mozhaisky Military Space Academy, Saint Petersburg, 197198, Russian Federation; Associate professor

A. N. Dementiev
Central Scientific-Research Institute of Machine Building, Department of Radio-Electronic Provision; Deputy Head of the Department

A. A. Romanov
Military Unit 41704; Head of the Department

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Abstract. Technologies of small object observation planning and survey with the use of space-based opticalelectronic remote sensing systems are studied. A brief analysis of methods used to reduce the volume of recorded data is presented. The possibility of contraction of spatial redundancy in a one-dimensional array of data recorded on board of the spacecraft is investigated. Models of survey objects for nonstationary observation conditions are developed, a method for reduction of spatial redundancy is proposed.
Keywords: spatial redundancy, target data, spacecraft, remote sensing, object of imagery, photogrammetric refraction, stochastic parameters, rational polynomials

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