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  • PE&RS Journals
    Journals Mapping Matters PE RS Journals Mapping Matters Mapping Matters 2015 Mapping Matters 2014 Mapping Matters 2013 Mapping Matters 2012 Mapping Matters 2011 Mapping Matters 2010 Mapping Matters 2009 Mapping Matters 2008 Mapping Matters 2007 Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/Mapping-Matters.html (2016-02-13)
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  • PE&RS Submissions
    is the flagship publication of the American Society for Photogrammetry Remote Sensing In this section you will find the Submission Guidelines and Procedures for authors submitting manuscripts for peer review guidelines for reviewers instructions for Guest Editors of Special Issues as well as instructions for Authors of Highlight Articles Email Instructions for Authors Cover Letter for Peer Reviewed Manuscripts PE RS Instructions for Authors Submitting a Manuscript for Peer Review PE RS Instructions for Authors of Highlight Articles Required forms for Authors of Accepted Papers Once your paper has been accepted the editor will send you the instructions for submitting your paper in the final format At this time you will also be required to submit the following forms Copyright Assignment Form 2016 Color Plates Offprint and Extra Pages Order Form 2015 Color Order Form 2015 Offprint and Extra Pages Order Form Call for Papers Soliciting Special Issues Other useful links How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper PE RS Guidelines for Reviewers PE RS Instructions for Guest Editors PE RS Manuscript Review Procedure Editorial Staff More Articles Color Order Form PE RS Color Plates Offprint and Extra Pages Form Copyright Assignment Form Cover Letter for Peer Reviewed Manuscripts How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper Offprint and Extra Pages Order Form PE RS Guidelines for Reviewers PE RS Instructions for Authors Submitting a Manuscript for Peer Review PE RS Instructions for Guest Editors PE RS Instructions for Authors of Highlight Articles PE RS Manuscript Review Procedure Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box

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  • Publications
    Advertising PE RS Advertising Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit

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  • Publications
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  • Publications
    News NCEES Materials Unmanned Aircraft Systems Report Card on the U S National Spatial Data Infrastructure Publications PE RS Journal PE RS Submissions PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Publications Publications Other Publications Other Contains other publications of interest including the Manual of Photogrammetry Fifth Edition Errata Adobe PDF 559Kb ASPRS Examination Copies Online Bookstore Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Manual of Geographic Information Systems Forward Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit comments in our comment form ASPRS Online Home Certification ASPRS Foundation Students Membership Information Join Now Search Certified Professionals Search Sustaining Members Search Members Login Required Honored Members Classified Job Ads Contact Us In This Section Organization Events Education News Resources Publications PE RS Journal PE RS Submissions PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata

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  • PE&RS Instructions for Authors Submitting a Manuscript for Peer Review
    single spaced or have no page numbers will be returned to authors 2 PAPER LENGTH Authors are encouraged to be concise Published papers are generally limited to 7 10 journal pages A 27 page manuscript including tables and figures when typed as indicated above equals about 7 journal pages Authors of published papers will be charged 125 page for each page exceeding 7 journal pages These page charges must be paid before publication without exception Details on page charges are included on the Color Plates Offprint and Extra Pages Form 3 TITLE ABSTRACT Authors should strive for titles no longer than eight to ten words The first page of the paper should include the title a one sentence description of the paper s content to accompany the title in the PE RS Table of Contents and the abstract To facilitate the blind review process authors names affiliations and addresses must be provided only in a separate cover letter not on the title page Authors should indicate both their current affiliation and if different their affiliation at the time the research was performed Following the title and one sentence and on the same page must be the abstract All manuscripts submitted for peer review must include an abstract of 150 words or less The abstract should include information on goals methods and results of the research reported The rest of the paper should begin on the second page 4 FIGURES AND TABLES All figures and tables must be cited in the text Authors should note that figures and tables will usually be reduced in size by the printer to optimize use of space and should be designed accordingly For purposes of peer review figures and tables can be embedded in the manuscript However it should be noted that papers once accepted will require that all figures be included as separate files see instructions for accepted papers If the manuscript contains copyrighted imagery a copyright statement must be included in the caption e g SPOT Image Copyright year CNES 5 COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS Authors should use black and white illustrations whenever possible Authors who include color illustrations will be charged for the cost of color reproduction These costs must be paid before an article is published Details on color costs are included on the Color Plates Offprint and Extra Pages Form Authors should indicate in the cover letter that they have the funds to pay for any color figures in their paper 6 METRIC SYSTEM The metric system SI Units will be employed throughout a manuscript except in cases where the English System has special merit stemming from accepted conventional usage e g 9 by 9 inch photograph 6 inch focal length Authors should refer to Usage of the International System of Units Photogrammetric Engineering Remote Sensing 1978 44 7 923 938 7 EQUATIONS Authors should express equations as simply as possible They should include only those equations required by an average reader to understand the technical arguments in the manuscript Manuscripts that

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  • In Press Peer Reviewed Articles
    evaluated with analysis of the variance ANOVA and pair wise Bonferroni adjusted t tests The results showed that V riparia and V rupestris can be distinguished at the leaf level spectra of visible near and infrared spectral regions At the canopy level genotypes were spectrally discriminated with limited success The Photochemical Reflectance Index PRI demonstrated the highest potential not only to differentiate two species but also two genotype pair groups within V rupestris This finding was also true for the PRI calculated with simulated EO 1 Hyperion data These capacities to distinguish Vitis species and to a lesser extent genotypes using spectral signatures have important applications in remote monitoring of vineyards for plants health and also for locating wild Vitis populations for future crop improvement efforts Multi Criteria Graph Based Road Centerline Vectorization Using Ordered Weighted Averaging Operators Fateme Ameri Mohammad Javad Valadan Zoej and Mehdi Mokhtarzade Abstract Download Full Article members only In this paper a novel road vectorization methodology based on image space clustering technique and weighted graph theory is presented The proposed methodology describes a road as a set of optimized points on the centerline which should be connected by defining a number of appropriate criteria The main contribution of this paper is to design a weighting scheme for combining a small number of road identities using Ordered Weighted Averaging OWA operators by defining appropriate decision strategy In this regard a novel geometric criterion is introduced Result of the OWA aggregation specifies weight of each edge in the road network graph Comparing the proposed approach with two state of the art image space clustering based road vectorization methods proves its efficiency to deal with roads with different widths parallel roads with different distances different types of intersections and also noise clusters Obtaining improved quality measures for several high resolution images demonstrates the successfulness of the vectorization approach Sliver Removal in Object Based Change Detection from VHR Satellite Images Luigi Barazzetti Abstract Download Full Article members only This paper presents a novel strategy for object based change detection using very high spatial resolution VHR satellite images captured under variable off nadir view angles The variable off nadir angle along with weak absolute orientation generates spurious slivers during the multitemporal comparison of classification results The proposed solution for accurate object to object comparison is based on an intermediate registration of object based classification results with a piecewise affine transformation followed by robust geometry based techniques for sliver removal Although different remote sensing applications require different strategies and methods for object based change detection the approach developed in this paper can overcome the overall limitation introduced by the slivers generated by weak geo localization variable off nadir angles and image segmentation A Region Line Primitive Association Framework for Object Based Remote Sensing Image Analysis Min Wang and Jie Wang Abstract Download Full Article members only In this study we propose a novel region line primitive association framework RLPAF for OBIA In this framework segments region primitive and straight lines line

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  • PE&RS Instructions for Guest Editors
    Once a paper is accepted any color figures must be printed in color and any black and white figures must be printed as black and white The Guest Editor will use the Guest Editor Spreadsheets provided by the Manuscript Coordinator to keep track of all submitted papers and associated information Peer Review Process The peer review process should generally follow PE RS guidelines However the Guest Editor is free to select a review process that best fits his her situation and the theme of the Special Issue In all cases the Guest Editor is encouraged to consult with the PE RS Editor in Chief for advice and questions The most usual approach for peer review is for the Guest Editor to seek three independent reviews from individuals who are well acquainted with the subject matter and technology dealt with in an article The Guest Editor may wish to contact the PE RS Editor in Chief for assistance in finding reviewers In some cases especially where all papers are invited another approach to review has been used This involves having each author review the others contributions to eliminate duplication and identify shortcomings Guest Editors are asked to use the PE RS Guest Editor Review form which will be provided by the Manuscript Coordinator Ms Jeanie Congalton In addition the Guest Editor will be provided an Author Spreadsheet and a Reviewer Spreadsheet to document all papers submitted for review manuscript titles authors names reviewers names and decisions This spreadsheet should be sent to Jeanie Congalton jcongalton asprs org two weeks after The call to papers is over All of the reviewers have been invited All of the reviews have been completed All of the decisions have been made All final papers have been received Reviewers are usually asked to make one of the following recommendations Accept the paper without modification Accept the paper subject to minor revision Reject the paper because it requires significant mandatory changes The author may revise the paper and submit it as a new paper to the PE RS Editor in Chief Reject the paper The paper will not be reconsidered After all reviews are received the Guest Editor will judge the acceptability of the manuscript and forward the consensus recommendation and reviews to the corresponding author The decision will be either to Accept the paper without modification or with minor non mandatory modification Accept the paper conditionall y subject to mandatory revision and subsequent review by the Guest Editor Reject the paper The author may choose to revise the paper and submit it as a new paper to the PE RS Editor in Chief Reject the paper the paper will not be reconsidered Guest Editors must accept only papers that will fit within the page limits outlined above they can only accept a total of 8 papers Papers that are reviewed favorably but will not fit within the Special Issue can be revised and submitted as a new paper to the PE RS Editor in Chief for

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