MI Band

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The definitions in this section stray significantly from the definitions in the published ISO 19115:2003 standard, because this section has evolved significantly to be more meaningful and useful in 19115-1:2014.

MI_Band extends MD_Band by adding elements listed in rows 14-18.

Elements

Definition and Recommended Practice

Examples
1 sequenceIdentifier 0..1 Unique name or number that identifies attributes included in the coverage.
2 descriptor 0..1 Description of the attribute.
3 maxValue 0..1 Maximum value of data values in each dimension included in the resource.
4 minValue 0..1 Minimum value of data values in each dimension included in the resource.
5 units 0..1 Units of data in each dimension included in the resource.
6 peakResponse 0..1 Wavelength at which the response is the highest. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
7 bitsPerValue 0..1 Maximum number of significant bits in the uncompressed representation for the value in each band of each pixel.
8 toneGradation 0..1 Number of discrete numerical values in the data. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
9 scaleFactor 0..1 Scale factor which has been applied to the cell value.
10 offset 0..1 The physical value corresponding to a cell value of zero.
11 meanValue 0..1 Mean value of data values in each dimension included in the resource.
12 numberOfValues 0..1 The number of values used in a thematicClassification resource. For example, the number of classes in a Land Cover Type coverage or the number of cells with data in other types of coverages.
13 standardDeviation 0..1 Standard deviation of data values in each dimension included in the resource.
14 bandBoundaryDefinition 0..1 Designation of criterion for defining maximum and minimum wavelengths for a spectral band. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
15 nominalSpatialResolution 0..1 Smallest distance between which separate points can be distinguished, as specified in instrument design. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
16 transferFunctionType 0..1 Type of transfer function to be used when scaling a physical value for a given element. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
17 transmittedPolarisation 0..1 Polarization of the radiation transmitted. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
18 detectedPolarisation 0..1 Polarization of the radiation detected. Applicable to range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum.
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Possible Parent Elements

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