MI ImageDescription

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Elements Definition and Recommended Practice
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1 illuminationElevationAngle 0..* Illumination elevation measured in degrees clockwise from the target plane at intersection of the optical line of sight with the Earth's surface. For images from a scanning device, refer to the centre pixel of the image.
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2 illuminationAzimuthAngle 0..* Illumination azimuth measured in degrees clockwise from true north at the time the image is taken. For images from a scanning device, refer to the centre pixel of the image.
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3 imagingCondition 0..* Conditions affected the image.
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4 imageQualityCode 0..* Code in producers code space that specifies the image quality.
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5 cloudCoverPercentage 0..* Area of the dataset obscured by clouds, expressed as a percentage of the spatial extent.
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6 compressionGenerationQuantity 0..* Count of the number of lossy compression cycles performed on the image.
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7 triangulationIndicator 0..* Indication of whether or not triangulation has been upon the image.
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8 radiometricCalibrationDataAvailability 0..* Indication of whether or not the radiometric calibration information for generating the radiometrically calibrated standard data product is available.
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9 cameraCalibrationInformationAvailability 0..* Indication of whether or not constants are available which allow for camera calibration corrections.
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10 filmDistortionInformationAvailability 0..* Indication of whether or not Calibration Reseau information is available.
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11 lensDistortionInformationAvailability 0..* Indication of whether or not lens aberration correction information is available.
Example is needed


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