Image Processing, Remote Sensing, Geographic
IMAGE PROCESSING - REMOTE SENSING - GIS
My work is centered primarily around feature identification
in remotely sensed data using
multi-resolutioning. I also work on the integration of the results with other ancillary data using GIS.
I have worked for three years as an undergraduate student in India
on the identification of paleo-
channels in the Gangetic Plains and the great Indian Desert using pyramidal processing.
list of publications involving
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I am currently working on the extraction of vehicle information from
high resolution (1 m) simulated
satellite imagery around Columbus, Ohio for my masters thesis.
More on this is coming up.
I am also developing a web site for the Academic Learning Lab. This is a technology based lab.
these are available publicly on the World Wide
Web, while the rest are restricted to the LAN.
I am also involved in the development of a multimedia CD on the lab.
Click here for the Academic Learning Lab.
|Pyramidal Processing of Remotely Sensed Data|
|Proceedings of Cadence Probe '96.|
|Study of Migration of the River Ganga using Remotely Sensed Data|
|C.V.S. Sastry and K. S. Karki|
|To be published in the Indian Remote Sensing Society Journal|
|Synergystic Use of IRS 1C LISS III Sensor Data and ERS 1 SAR Data for Tracing Migration of the Saraswati River in Parts of Thar Desert|
|C. V. S. Sastry, A. S. Rajawat and A. Narain|
|Presented at the Baroda Symposium, 1997, Submitted to the International Journal of Remote Sensing|
|Water Resources in the Arid Zone|
|Published report in Space Applications Center, Indian Space
Organization (ISRO), Ahmedabad, India