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  1. BeginnerĀ“s question

    With Image Classification toolbar it recognizes objects in images
  2. BeginnerĀ“s question

    Dear fernandocjr, Check "Integrate" tool in FeatureClass toolset.
  3. or it could be a Vehicle Routing Problem
  4. dear zsoooc, It seems your problem is Capacitated maximal covering location problems and for the stated problem my recommendation is Esri Arcgis Network Analyst Location Allocation tools.
  5. Request for plotting of route waypoints using Google Map..?

    Dear Adnan, Would you send me a sample avl file ?
  6. Georeferencing multiple topo maps

    If you have access to ArcGIS, using "Warp" in modelbuilder or python could automate your process.
  7. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1613117/resizing-an-image-in-cm-c-sharp bmp.HorizontalResolution , bmp.VerticalResolution "HorizontalResolution and the VerticalResolution are pixel per inch
  8. Sorry my bad take a look http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6455979/how-to-get-the-image-dimension-from-the-file-name
  9. System.Drawing.Image img = System.Drawing.Image.FromFile (@"my image.jpg") now you have img.Width and img.Height
  10. you have to move center of your image which is not georeferenced to the exact location, this is the movement problem and your question about pixels and cm, think about a resolution (100,100) with 2 different pixel sizes 1 - 1*1 cm2 2 - 1000*1000 cm2 do you think calculation in pixels is correct now?
  11. I don't have any documents, unfortunately. convert your image into an array. find the x y of the center of the image for example (10 cm, 12 cm) convert them to degrees dx = Long - Xdeg dy = Lat - Ydeg A = move all the cells with this dx and dy B = rotate A (flight azimuth) C = scale B based on flight height and .. (i'm not sure about dz)
  12. As far as I know, yes you can you have image size, camera elevation, camera focus length, so you can solve Scale problem, you have flight azimuth, so you can solve Rotation problem if you have delta X, delta Y and delta Z, so you can solve Movement problem.
  13. I dont know about that. But there is another angle on the top right of the image. I dont remember these courses but my guess is information on top are about flight and on the bottom are about camera settings!!
  14. Hi, Pixel size will solve the problem of scale, How about the rotation problem? Is that Azimuth angle? It seems like an imagery from a water body with an elevation near to zero. do you have the elevation of the camera (1114.1 meters?)? and size of the image? is it tilted?
  15. little help here

    Use ArcPy instead. I sent you the sample code in pm

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