Critical metadata protocols in hyperspectral field campaigns for building robust hyperspectral datasets

Rasaiah, B, Jones, S, Malthus, T and Bellman, C 2012, 'Critical metadata protocols in hyperspectral field campaigns for building robust hyperspectral datasets', in Cliff Ogleby (ed.) Proceedings of The XXII Congress of the international Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Melbourne, Australia, 25 August - 1 September 2012, pp. 161-165.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Critical metadata protocols in hyperspectral field campaigns for building robust hyperspectral datasets
Author(s) Rasaiah, B
Jones, S
Malthus, T
Bellman, C
Year 2012
Conference name The XXII Congress of the international Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 25 August - 1 September 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings of The XXII Congress of the international Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Editor(s) Cliff Ogleby
Publisher International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS)
Place of publication United Kingdom
Start page 161
End page 165
Total pages 5
Abstract Field spectroscopic metadata is a central component in the quality and reliability of hyperspectral data and the products derived from it. The impact of the quantity and format of metadata created at this fundamental stage of hyperspectral research is amplified as hyperspectral data exchange becomes prolific in the international remote sensing community. Cataloguing, mining, and interoperability of these datasets rely upon the robustness of metadata protocols for field spectroscopy. Currently no standardized methodology for collecting in situ spectroscopy data or metadata protocols exist. This paper presents initial results of an international expert panel survey investigating metadata protocols in field spectroscopy. Field measurement methods, data representativeness and their expression as metadata entities are examined across a range of campaigns. Consensus between expert groups and variance in agreement on criticality are also investigated. The survey is part of a doctoral research project to investigate approaches to a coordinated evolution of hyperspectral metadata protocols, field spectroscopic methods and data exchange standards within the hyperspectral remote sensing community.
Subjects Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Keyword(s) Databases
Data mining
Hyperspectral
Metadata
Calibration
Data Quality
Interoperability
Standards
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