ee.Image.displacement

Determines displacements required to register an image to a reference image while allowing local, rubber sheet deformations. Displacements are computed in the CRS of the reference image, at a scale dictated by the lowest resolution of the following three projections: input image projection, reference image projection, and requested projection. The displacements are then transformed into the user-specified projection for output.

UsageReturns
Image.displacement(referenceImage, maxOffset, projection, patchWidth, stiffness)Image
ArgumentTypeDetails
this: imageImage

The image to register.

referenceImageImage

The image to register to.

maxOffsetFloat

The maximum offset allowed when attempting to align the input images, in meters. Using a smaller value can reduce computation time significantly, but it must still be large enough to cover the greatest displacement within the entire image region.

projectionProjection, default: null

The projection in which to output displacement values. The default is the projection of the first band of the reference image.

patchWidthFloat, default: null

Patch size for detecting image offsets, in meters. This should be set large enough to capture texture, as well as large enough that ignorable objects are small within the patch. Default is null. Patch size will be determined automatically if not provided.

stiffnessFloat, default: 5

Enforces a stiffness constraint on the solution. Valid values are in the range [0,10]. The stiffness is used for outlier rejection when determining displacements at adjacent grid points. Higher values move the solution towards a rigid transformation. Lower values allow more distortion or warping of the image during registration.

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