A style sheet in SOCET GXP is an XML file used to determine graphic properties for feature classes.
Specification files (or schemas) define feature classes within databases.
The Panel Data Manager manages the display and layering of feature data, terrain data, images, templates, and annotation graphics.
Feature extraction is the process of creating graphics from image vector data, attributing features, and storing them in a feature database.
A feature attribute is a characteristic of a feature that describes the feature through numbers, text strings, or enumerated types.
Abbreviation for feature database, a database that contains information about vector features.
An annotation is a text or graphic object associated with an image or map used to label and describe material.
A true orthophoto is an orthophoto with geometric corrections applied to position the buildings and other features in their exact geographic locations. Often, buildings and other objects appear to “lean” when they are not directly under the camera.
Triangulation is the process of orienting and registering images to the ground to create a rigorous sensor model.
Seamlines are a collection of polygons with images associated with each region of the output mosaic.
Registration is the process of computing the correct ground location for terrain, feature, or image data.
An orthophoto is an image that has had all camera obliquity, terrain relief, and feature distortion removed.