Description Usage Arguments See Also Examples

View source: R/disparityMapExpected.r

Returns the expected disparity within the intersection area of two SAR records.
Uses the angles provided by GCPs/TPs of both records.
The angles for the slave image are interpolated using Kriging (`krige`

).
Returns the results as a `SpatialPointsDataFrame`

object.

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disparityMapExpected(object, slave, h = 1, z = "thetaIn",
variogram.fit = T, plot.fit = F, interpolate = F,
aggregate.fact = 1000, ...)
``` |

`object` |
Object of the |

`slave` |
Object of the |

`h` |
Numeric. Relative height. |

`z` |
Character. Either incidence ('thetaIn', default) or elevation angles 'thetaEl'. |

`variogram.fit` |
Logical. Fit a Gaussian variogram? |

`plot.fit` |
Logical. Plot the fitted variogram? |

`interpolate` |
Logical. Interpolate angles? |

`aggregate.fact` |
Integer. Aggregation factor expressed as number of cells in each direction (horizontally and vertically).
Or two integers (horizontal and vertical aggregation factor) or three integers (when also aggregating over layers).
See |

`...` |
Further arguments (ignored). |

`disparityMap`

, `angles`

, `plotAnglesDif`

, `GeolocationPoints-class`

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