Water quality parameter measurement using spectral signatures
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WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS INFLUENCE REMOTELY SENSED SPECTRAL SIGNATURES. REGRESSION ANALYSIS WAS APPLIED TO THE PROBLEM OF MEASURING WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS FROM REMOTE SENSING SPECTRAL SIGNATURE DATA. THE EQUATIONS NECESSARY TO PERFORM REGRESSION ANALYSIS AND METHODS OF TESTING THE STRENGTH AND RELI REGRESSION ARE DESCRIBED. AN EFFICIENT ALGORITHM IS GIVEN FOR SELECTING THE OPTIMAL SUBSET OF THE INDEPENDENT VARI AVAIL TECHNIQUES, THEY WERE APPLIED TO A PARTICULAR SET OF DATA FROM THE HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL. (KNAPP-USGS)
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