Temporal Characterization of the Remote Sensors Response to Radiation Damage in L2

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De March, Ruben ; Busonero, Deborah ; Messineo, Rosario ; Bemporad, Alessandro ; Vaccarino, Francesco ; Mulone, Angelo Fabio ; Fonti, Andrea ; Lattanzi, Mario (2017)
  • Publisher: Publications Office of the European Union
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.2788/854791
  • Subject: QB | Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics | Photogrammetrie und Bildanalyse | Earth Observation, Remote Sensing, Future Internet, Cloud Computing, Big Data, ENTICE. | Atmosph√§renprozessoren | Deutsches Fernerkundungsdatenzentrum | QA75 | QA76 | T1 | Informationstechnik

Big Data from Space refers to Earth and Space observation data collected by space-borne and ground-based sensors. Whether for Earth or Space observation, they qualify being called 'big data' given the sheer volume of sensed data (archived data reaching the exabyte scale), their high velocity (new data is acquired almost on a continuous basis and with an increasing rate), their variety (data is delivered by sensors acting over various frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum in passive and active modes), as well as their veracity (sensed data is associated with uncertainty and accuracy measurements). Last but not least, the value of big data from space depends on our capacity to extract information and meaning from them. The goal of the Big Data from Space conference is to bring together researchers, engineers, developers, and users in the area of Big Data from Space. It is co-organised by ESA, the Joint Research Centre~(JRC) of the European Commission, and the European Union Satellite Centre (SatCen) and was held at the auditorio de Tenerife (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain) from the 15th to the 17th of March 2016. These proceedings consist of a collection of 108 short papers corresponding to the oral and poster presentations presented at the conference. They are organised in sections matching the order of the conference sessions followed by the contributions that were presented during the poster session, also organised by topics. They provide a snapshot of the current research activities, developments, and initiatives in Big Data from Space.
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