A Statistic Correlation Analysis Algorithm Between Land Surface Temperature and Vegetation Index

Hyung Moo Kim, Beob Kyun Kim and Kang Soo You
Volume: 1, No: 1, Page: 102 ~ 106, Year: 2005

Keywords: LST, NDVI, Correlation Analysis, Landsat ETM+
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Abstract
As long as the effective contributions of satellite images in the continuous monitoring of the wide area and long range of time period, Landsat TM and Landsat ETM+ satellite images are surveyed. After quantization and classification of the deviations between TM and ETM+ images based on approved thresholds such as gains and biases or offsets, a correlation analysis method for the compared calibration is suggested in this paper. Four time points of raster data for 15 years of the highest group of land surface temperature and the lowest group of vegetation of the Kunsan city Chollabuk_do Korea located beneath the Yellow sea coast, are observed and analyzed their correlations for the change detection of urban land cover. This experiment based on proposed algorithm detected strong and proportional correlation relationship between the highest group of land surface temperature and the lowest group of vegetation index which exceeded R=(+)0.9478, so the proposed Correlation Analysis Model between the highest group of land surface temperature and the lowest group of vegetation index will be able to give proof an effective suitability to the land cover change detection and monitoring.

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IEEE Style
Hyung Moo Kim, Beob Kyun Kim, and Kang Soo You, "A Statistic Correlation Analysis Algorithm Between Land Surface Temperature and Vegetation Index," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 102~106, 2005. DOI: .

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Hyung Moo Kim, Beob Kyun Kim, and Kang Soo You, "A Statistic Correlation Analysis Algorithm Between Land Surface Temperature and Vegetation Index," Journal of Information Processing Systems, 1, 1, (2005), 102~106. DOI: .