A new method, Dynamic Detection Model (DDM), is presented and mathematically and physically derived and explained.

Temporal invariants and spatial invariants (separable parameters) play a dominant role in forming many remote sensing image datasets, including for instance, images of radiance, brightness temperature, vegetation indices, surface reflectance, and other measurements.

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Koltunov A., Ben-Dor, E., and Ustin, S. L. (2009),”Image construction using multitemporal observations and Dynamic Detection Models”. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30,  pp.57-83 (View PDF)