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Pech et ai. (1986b) list the interactions that can occur between objects and backgrounds within a scene. , 1987) has also been noted. Pech and Davis (1987) have extended mixture modeling and multivariate calibration to woodlands. 6. Here the contributions of the size, shape, and spatial patterning of the scene elements are formulated in terms of their geometry and of the variance in reflectance that will be generated between adjacent scenes or pixels by the spatial patterning of the elements. Inversion of this model generates estimates of elements size, shape, and so forth.