SetDescription("Convert cartographic coordinates to geographic ones.");

// Documentation

SetDocName("Cartographic to geographic coordinates conversion");

SetDocLongDescription("This application computes the geographic coordinates from cartographic ones. User has to give the X and Y coordinate and the cartographic projection (see mapproj parameter for details).");

SetDescription("Sensor to geographic coordinates conversion.");

// Documentation

SetDocName("Convert Sensor Point To Geographic Point");

SetDocLongDescription("This Application converts a sensor point of an input image to a geographic point using the Forward Sensor Model of the input image.");

SetDescription("This application allows ortho-rectifying optical and radar images from supported sensors.");

SetDocName("Ortho-rectification");

std::ostringstreamoss;

oss<<"This application uses inverse sensor modelling combined with a choice of interpolation functions to resample a sensor geometry image into a ground geometry regular grid. ";

oss<<"The ground geometry regular grid is defined with respect to a map projection (see map parameter). The application offers several modes to estimate the output grid parameters (origin and ground sampling distance), including automatic estimation of image size, ground sampling distance, or both, from image metadata, user-defined ROI corners, or another ortho-image.";

SetDescription("Perform least-square fit of a sensor model to a set of tie points");

SetDocName("Refine Sensor Model");

SetDocLongDescription("This application reads a geom file containing a sensor model and a text file containing a list of ground control point, and performs a least-square fit of the sensor model adjustable parameters to these tie points. It produces an updated geom file as output, as well as an optional ground control points based statistics file and a vector file containing residues. The output geom file can then be used to ortho-rectify the data more accurately. Plaease note that for a proper use of the application, elevation must be correctly set (including DEM and geoid file). The map parameters allows one to choose a map projection in which the accuracy will be estimated in meters.");

SetDescription("Resample an image with a rigid transform");

// Documentation

SetDocName("Image resampling with a rigid transform");

SetDocLongDescription("This application performs a parametric transform on the input image. Scaling, translation and rotation with scaling factor are handled."

" Parameters of the transform is expressed in physical units, thus particular attention must be paid on pixel size (value, and sign). Moreover transform is expressed from input space to output space (on the contrary ITK Transforms are expressed form output space to input space). ");

SetDescription("Perform radiometric calibration of SAR images. Following sensors are supported: TerraSAR-X, Sentinel1 and Radarsat-2.Both Single Look Complex(SLC) and detected products are supported as input.");

// Documentation

SetDocName("SAR Radiometric calibration");

SetDocLongDescription("The objective of SAR calibration is to provide imagery in which the pixel values can be directly related to the radar backscatter of the scene. This application allows computing Sigma Naught (Radiometric Calibration) for TerraSAR-X, Sentinel1 L1 and Radarsat-2 sensors. Metadata are automatically retrieved from image products.The application supports complex and non-complex images (SLC or detected products).");

SetDescription("Gives, for each pixel, the power that would have been received by a SAR system with a basis different from the classical (H,V) one (polarimetric synthetis).");

// Documentation

SetDocName("SARPolarSynth");

SetDocLongDescription("This application gives, for each pixel, the power that would have been received by a SAR system with a basis different from the classical (H,V) one (polarimetric synthetis).\n"

"The new basis A and B are indicated through two Jones vectors, defined by the user thanks to orientation (psi) and ellipticity (khi) parameters.\n"

"These parameters are namely psii, khii, psir and khir. The suffixes (i) and (r) refer to the transmitting antenna and the receiving antenna respectively.\n"

SetDescription("This application computes the modulus and the phase of a complex SAR image or an image with 2 components (real and imaginary parts).");

SetDocName("Compute Modulus and Phase");

SetDocLongDescription(

"This application computes the modulus and the phase of a "

"complex SAR image. The input should be a single band image with "