—AOOPSI Assessment of Ocean Parameters through the Satellite Image is a new approach in oceanography. To identify enormous number of oceanography parameters, and different approaches to codifying them and (for internal dataset use and for metadata) examining the list of parameters like salinity, temperature of the water column, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, chlorophyll, oxygen, wave heights, tides, rising of water, pH, etc. The parameters like salinity, tides, chlorophyll, temperature, etc., have already been assessed through images. However, wave heights have not been analyzed from images. In this paper an attempt has been made to propose a multidimensional technology is introduced to derive the values from the images and refining the errors by means of few seasonal observed actual values. Once this attempt is reasonably successful software is plan to be initiated.
—AOOPSI, TIMESAT, Tsoft, ADaM, FFT, FIT, WS and WH.
R. D. Sathiya Assistant Professor II, Information Technology, School of Computing, SASTRA UNIVERSITY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. V. Vaidhyanathan Professor & Head Information Technology, SASTRA,
Dr. G. Victor Rajamanickam, DEAN, CARISM, SASTRA，
Cite: R. D. Sathiya, Dr. V. Vaidhyanathan and Dr. G. Victor Rajamanickam, "Assessment of Ocean Parameters through the Satellite Images - AOOPSI," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering
vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 420-423, 2009.