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Preface: Remote Sensing of Urban Areas. Part I Data, Sensors, and Systems Considerations and Algorithms for Urban Feature Extraction. The Global Urban Footprint. Development of On-Demand Human Settlement Mapping System using Historical Satellite Archives.Morphological Building Index (MBI) and Its Applications to Urban Areas. Part II Assessing and Modeling Urban Landscape Compositions, Patterns and Structures. Stereo-Based Building Roof Mapping in Urban Off-Nadir VHR Satellite Images: Challenges and Solutions.Beyond Built-Up: The Internal Makeup of Urban Areas.Urban Change Detection Utilizing High Resolution Optical Images Taken from Different Viewing-Angles and Different Platforms. Part III Monitoring, Analyzing, and Modeling Urban Growth.Urbanisation in India: Patterns, Visualisation of Cities and Greenhouse Gas Inventory for Developing an Urban Observatory. Mapping Imperious Surface in the Greater Hanoi Area, Vietnam from Time Series Landsat Image, 1988 - 2015. City in desert: Mapping subpixel urban impervious surface area in a desert environment using spectral unmixing and machine learning methods. Application of Remote Sensing and Cellular Automata Model to Analyze and Simulate Urban Density Changes. Part IV Urban Planning and Socioeconomic Applications.Developing Multiscale HEAT Scores from H-Res Airborne Thermal Infrared Imagery to Support Urban Energy Efficiency: Challenges Moving Forward. Air Quality and Health Monitoring In Urban Areas Using EO and Clinical Data.Urban Green Valuation.
Qihao Weng, Dale Quattrochi, Paolo Gamba
"This volume is an indispensable update of the 1st edition. The
inclusion of new sensors, state-of-the art image processing
techniques and practical applications makes this a must-have for
urban remote sensing scientists."
— Karen C. Seto, Yale University, Connecticut, USA"This book provides a comprehensive overview of new developments in urban remote sensing, including novel techniques for image/signal processing applied to the monitoring of urban areas, and wider applications of urban remote sensing in order to meet societal and economic challenges. The book also covers other important aspects such as data, sensors, and systems for urban remote sensing, as well as applications for assessing and modeling urban landscape compositions, patterns, and structures. It is a fundamental reference for students, researchers, and practitioners interested in conducting in-depth studies and research on urban remote sensing."
— Antonio J. Plaza, University of Extremadura, Cáceres, SpainRemote sensing of urban areas is a very hot topic. This second edition of Urban Remote Sensing is both important and timely. It covers all major aspects of the field contributed by leading experts.
—Jón Atli Benediktsson, University of Iceland