Commit ceff97aa authored by Antoine Regimbeau's avatar Antoine Regimbeau
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Merge branch 'develop' into ci_hidden_key

parents 84b16d03 dbf88cdf
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SetDescription("Extract a ROI defined by the user.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Extract ROI");
SetDocLongDescription("This application extracts a Region Of Interest with "
"user parameters. There are four mode of extraction. The standard mode "
"allows the user to enter one point (upper left corner of the region to "
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SetName("ManageNoData");
SetDescription("Manage No-Data");
// Documentation
SetDocName("No Data management");
SetDocLongDescription("This application has two modes. The first allows building a mask of no-data pixels from the no-data flags read from the image file. The second allows updating the change the no-data value of an image (pixels value and metadata). This last mode also allows replacing NaN in images with a proper no-data value. To do so, one should activate the NaN is no-data option.");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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SetDescription("Build a multi-resolution pyramid of the image.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Multi Resolution Pyramid");
SetDocLongDescription("This application builds a multi-resolution pyramid of the input image. User can specified the number of levels of the pyramid and the subsampling factor. To speed up the process, you can use the fast scheme option");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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SetDescription("Get the value of a pixel.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Pixel Value");
SetDocLongDescription("This application gives the value of a selected "
"pixel. There are three ways to designate a pixel, with its index, "
"its physical coordinate (in the physical space attached to the image), "
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{
SetName("Quicklook");
SetDescription("Generates a subsampled version of an image extract");
SetDocName("Quick Look");
SetDocLongDescription("Generates a subsampled version of an extract of an image defined by ROIStart and ROISize.\n"
"This extract is subsampled using the ratio OR the output image Size.");
SetDocLimitations("This application does not provide yet the optimal way to decode coarser level of resolution from JPEG2000 images (like in Monteverdi).\n"
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SetDescription("Get information about the image");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Read image information");
SetDocLongDescription("Display information about the input image like: image size, origin, spacing, metadata, projections...");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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SetName("Rescale");
SetDescription("Rescale the image between two given values.");
SetDocName("Rescale Image");
SetDocLongDescription("This application scales the given image pixel intensity between two given values.\n"
"By default min (resp. max) value is set to 0 (resp. 255).\n"
"Input minimum and maximum values is automatically computed for all image bands.");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
SetDocSeeAlso(" ");
SetDocSeeAlso("DynamicConvert");
AddDocTag(Tags::Deprecated);
AddDocTag(Tags::Manip);
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SetName("SplitImage");
SetDescription("Split a N multiband image into N images.");
SetDocName("Split Image");
SetDocLongDescription("This application splits a N-bands image into N mono-band images. "
"The output images filename will be generated from the output parameter. "
"Thus, if the input image has 2 channels, and the user has set as output parameter, outimage.tif, "
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SetDescription("Fusion of an image made of several tile files.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Image Tile Fusion");
SetDocLongDescription("Automatically mosaic a set of non overlapping tile files into a single image. Images must have a matching number of bands and they must be listed in lexicographic order.");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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SetDescription("Compute radiometric indices.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Radiometric Indices");
SetDocLongDescription("This application computes radiometric indices using the relevant channels of the input image. The output is a multi band image into which each channel is one of the selected indices.");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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SetName("KmzExport");
SetDescription("Export the input image in a KMZ product.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Image to KMZ Export");
SetDocLongDescription("This application exports the input image in a kmz product that can be display in the Google Earth software. The user can set the size of the product size, a logo and a legend to the product. Furthemore, to obtain a product that fits the relief, a DEM can be used.");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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"on several multi-band images."
);
SetDocName( "Band Math" );
SetDocLongDescription(
"This application performs a mathematical operation on several multi-band "
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SetDescription("This application performs mathematical operations on several multiband images.");
SetDocName( "Band Math X" );
SetDocLongDescription(
"This application performs a mathematical operation on several multi-band "
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......@@ -59,7 +59,6 @@ SetName("LocalStatisticExtraction");
SetDescription("Computes local statistical moments on every pixel in the selected channel of the input image");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Local Statistic Extraction");
SetDocLongDescription("This application computes the 4 local statistical moments on every pixel in the selected channel of the input image, over a specified neighborhood. The output image is multi band with one statistical moment (feature) per band. Thus, the 4 output features are the Mean, the Variance, the Skewness and the Kurtosis. They are provided in this exact order in the output image.");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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......@@ -78,7 +78,6 @@ SetName( "BinaryMorphologicalOperation" );
SetDescription( "Performs morphological operations on an input image channel" );
// Documentation
SetDocName( "Binary Morphological Operation" );
SetDocLongDescription( "This application performs binary morphological "
"operations on a mono band image or a channel of the input." );
SetDocLimitations( "None" );
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......@@ -77,7 +77,6 @@ SetName("GrayScaleMorphologicalOperation");
SetDescription("Performs morphological operations on a grayscale input image");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Grayscale Morphological Operation");
SetDocLongDescription("This application performs grayscale morphological operations on a mono band image");
SetDocLimitations("None");
SetDocAuthors("OTB-Team");
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"classification on an input image channel" );
// Documentation
SetDocName( "Morphological Classification" );
SetDocLongDescription(
"This algorithm is based on the following publication:\n"
"Martino Pesaresi and Jon Alti Benediktsson, Member, IEEE: A new approach "
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......@@ -71,7 +71,6 @@ private:
SetDescription( "Perform a geodesic morphology based image analysis on an input image channel" );
// Documentation
SetDocName( "Morphological Multi Scale Decomposition" );
SetDocLongDescription(
"This application recursively apply geodesic decomposition. \n"
"\n"
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SetDescription( "Performs morphological profiles analysis on an input image channel." );
// Documentation
SetDocName( "Morphological Profiles Analysis" );
SetDocLongDescription( "This algorithm is derived from the following publication:\n\n"
"Martino Pesaresi and Jon Alti Benediktsson, Member, IEEE: A new approach\n"
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SetName("OpticalCalibration");
SetDescription("Perform optical calibration TOA/TOC (Top Of Atmosphere/Top Of Canopy). Supported sensors: QuickBird, Ikonos, WorldView2, Formosat, Spot5, Pleiades, Spot6, Spot7. For other sensors the application also allows providing calibration parameters manually.");
// Documentation
SetDocName("Optical calibration");
SetDocLongDescription("The application allows converting pixel values from DN (for Digital Numbers) to reflectance. Calibrated values are called surface reflectivity and its values lie in the range [0, 1].\nThe first level is called Top Of Atmosphere (TOA) reflectivity. It takes into account the sensor gain, sensor spectral response and the solar illuminations.\nThe second level is called Top Of Canopy (TOC) reflectivity. In addition to sensor gain and solar illuminations, it takes into account the optical thickness of the atmosphere, the atmospheric pressure, the water vapor amount, the ozone amount, as well as the composition and amount of aerosol gasses.\nIt is also possible to indicate an AERONET file which contains atmospheric parameters (version 1 and version 2 of Aeronet file are supported. Note that computing TOC reflectivity will internally compute first TOA and then TOC reflectance. \n"
"\n--------------------------\n\n"
"If the sensor is not supported by the metadata interface factory of OTB, users still have the possibility to give the needed parameters to the application.\n"
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