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Courses 2018-07-03T14:55:11+00:00

AT76.17 Spatial Analysis Methods in GIS

Link AT76.17 Spatial Analysis Methods in GIS 2 (2-0) Semester: January Rationale: This course will familiarize students with advanced topics of spatial database accuracy assessment, spatial modeling, analysis of discrete and continuous entities in space and Spatial Decision Methods. There will be special emphasis on statistical analysis of spatial data. Students will be trained to develop models based on regression analysis and logical analysis. Catalog Description: Development in GIS Technology, Accuracy Assessment of Spatial Data, The Analysis of Discrete Entities in Space, The Spatial Analysis using Continuous Fields, Analytical Hierarchical Processing, Information Value, Pattern Descriptors. Pre-requisite: AT76.01 (Geographic Information Systems)

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AT76.14 Digital Photogrammetry

Link AT76.14 Digital Photogrammetry 2(1-3) Semester: August Rationale: The course aims at providing basic photogrammetry concept, procedure, processing task and its result through project work. Error analysis is also considered and explained with various methods. Students will be trained through the software given in the lab. Catalog Description: Photogrammetry, Digital Photogrammetry, Accuracy and Error Analysis Pre-requisite: None

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AT76.13 Remote Sensing Data Analysis

Link AT76.13 Remote Sensing Data Analysis 2(1-3) Semester: Intersem Rationale: The course aims at providing RS/GIS image analysis tool through pre and post processing on satellite images. There will be special emphasis on images registration, extraction, classification and accuracy assessment. Students will be trained to develop a case study project at last. Catalog Description: Image Registration, Image Classification, Image Understanding, Accuracy Assessment and Cartographic Design. Pre-requisite: AT7609 (Digital Image Processing in Remote Sensing) or permission from instructor

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at769036_geospatial-modeling-for-environment

Link AT76.9036 Geospatial Modeling for Environment 2 (1-3) Semester: January Course Objective : This course aims at providing students with ideas of Geospatial Modeling on environmental issues including sustainable development and ecosystem management from community scale to global, as well as basic practical skills using a package software (TerrSet) to develop geospatial models for the purpose. Learning Outcomes : It is expected that students will be able to (during and at the end of this course): 1. Understand the functions of GIS and the procedures for Remote Sensing data analysis for geospatial modeling. 2. Understand the concept of geospatial modeling for environmental issues including sustainable development and ecosystem [...]

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AT76.9019 Data Modeling for Geospatial Information

Link AT76.9019 Data Modeling for Geospatial Information 1 (1-0) Semester: January Rationale: The course aims at providing the way of Data Modeling for Geospatial Information to students with an insight into both academic knowledge and practical skills at the entry level, and further aims at preparing students for more in-depth training in understanding what model and modeling is, what object orientation and UML is, how to describe UML diagram, and what ISO and OGC standard is. Catalog Description: Introduction of data model and modeling, object orientation and UML, UML diagram, Spatial and Temporal Schema, and international standards such as ISO and OGC standard. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor [...]

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AT76.18 Advance Mapping Techniques

Link AT76.18 Advance Mapping Techniques 2(2-0) Semester: January Rationale: The course aims at providing RS/GIS and Computer Mapping Technology (CMT) to students with an insight into both academic knowledge and practical skills at the entry level, and further aims at preparing students for more in-depth training in mapping technologies and digital photogrammetry. Catalog Description: Introduction to cartography, mapping techniques, and visualizations. New mapping technologies, such as Global Navigation Satellite Systems, UAV, mobile mapping systems, big data, global dataset, new visualization technologies. Pre-requisite: None

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AT76.16 Advance Application Development in GIS

Link AT76.16 Advance Application Development in GIS 2(1-3) Semester: January Rationale: This course will familiarize students with spatial database development, geocoding concept, linking databases from different sources, implementing spatial analysis methods and models in advance GIS software towards developing applications. The course emphasizes a new emerging application of GIS in Health. Students will also learn customization and automation in GIS and techniques to put the GIS on to Internet and mobile devices. Catalog Description: Development of GIS Database, Geocoding, Network Analysis, Interpolation Techniques, Customization and Automation in GIS, Programming in GIS, Modeling in GIS, Health GIS, Internet GIS, Mobile GIS. Pre-requisite: AT76.01 (Geographic Information Systems) [...]

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AT76.15 Microwave Remote Sensing

Link AT76.15 Microwave Remote Sensing 2(2-0) Semester: January Rationale: This course is designed to provide fundamental knowledge and theories of microwave remote sensing. After reviewing the fundamentals of electromagnetics, both real aperture and synthetic aperture radar systems are to be introduced including physical principles. Pre-requisite: – Fundamental knowledge of electromagnetics at undergraduate level.

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AT76.10 Advanced Remote Sensing

Link AT76.10 Advanced Remote Sensing 3 (2-3) Semester: January Rationale: This course aims at providing students with advanced Remote Sensing analytical techniques required in various applications; how to extract high-level information from RS data. The techniques taught covers coupling of model parameters and remote sensing data for several applications including the most recent data assimilation techniques, atmospheric correction, Multi-temporal/Multi-Resolution data analysis, OGC Web Services such as Web Map Service, Web Feature Service, and Field Sensor Network. This lecture covers Synthetic Aperture Radar technique as well. Catalog Description: Atmospheric Correction, Moderate to Low Resolution RS, Vegetation Change and Crop Modeling, Sediment and Water Discharge Analysis, Field Sensor Network, Multi-Temporal [...]

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AT76.09 Digital Image Processing in Remote Sensing

Link AT76.09 Digital Image Processing in Remote Sensing 3(2-3) Semester: January Rationale: This course will provide students with more techniques in digital image processing for remote sensing data analysis adding to “AT76.03 Remote Sensing”. This course emphasizes on implementation of algorithms as computer programs. The techniques taught in this course have application in several fields dealing with image data. Catalog Description: Review of C Language. Image Data Handling in Computer System. Remote Sensing Image Files Format and Handling. Image Processing Algorithm and Implementation I(Basic Algorithm) & II (Application). RS data and DEM for 3D Visualization and Mapping. Laboratory Session. Prerequisite: none

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