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+# git-ls-files --others --exclude-from=.git/info/exclude
+# Lines that start with '#' are comments.
+# For a project mostly in C, the following would be a good set of
+# exclude patterns (uncomment them if you want to use them):
+
+*.[oa]
+*~
+*.l[oa]
+*.deps
+*.libs
+*Makefile
+*Makefile.in
+*.DS_Store
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+This open source version of the Photometry Toolkit (PhoTK) was
+developed by the Intelligent Robotics Group (IRG), in the Intelligent
+Systems Division at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA. It
+builds on over ten years of IRG experience developing surface
+reconstruction tools for terrestrial robotic field tests and planetary
+exploration.
+
+Credit and thanks go to the following developers for contributing time
+and energy to this effort.
+
+Ara Nefian (NASA/CMU) - Principal Investigator
+Zachary Moratto (NASA/SGT) - Lead Developer
+Terry Fong (CS) - Project Manager
+
+-------------------------------------
+Contributors
+-------------------------------------
+
+Mike Lundy (NASA/SGT)
+Dave Jackson (NASA/SGT)
+Trey Smith (NASA/CMU)
+
+CS - Civil Servant
+CMU - Carnegie Mellon University
+SGT - Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies
+EAP - Educational Associates Program
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+************************************************************************
+1. INTRODUCTION
+
+A. Neo-Geography Toolkit
+
+The Neo-Geography Toolkit (NGT) is a collection of tools for automated
+processing of geospatial data, including images and maps. It is capable
+of processing raw raster data from remote sensing instruments and
+transforming it into useful cartographic products, such as visible image
+base maps, topographic models, etc. Additionally, components of the NGT
+can perform data processing on extremely large geospatial data sets (up
+to several tens of terabytes) via parallel processing pipelines.
+Finally, it can also transform raw metadata (i.e. SPICE kernels and PDS
+image labels), vector data (e.g., 2D/3D shape files), and geo-tagged
+data sets into standard NeoGeography data formats, such as KML. NGT is
+an evolving collection of loosely connected open-source modules designed
+by the NASA Ames Intelligent Robotics Group. Modules of the NGT will be
+released one at a time, as they reach maturity. To date, we have
+completed only one module: the NASA Ames Stereo Pipeline, but more will
+soon follow. Check this website for the latest updates.
+
+B. Photometry Toolkit
+
+Todo.
+
+************************************************************************
+2. LICENSE (see COPYING for the full text)
+
+A. Copyright and License Summary
+
+Copyright (C) 2006-2009 United States Government as represented by the
+Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
+(NASA). All Rights Reserved.
+
+This software is distributed under the NASA Open Source Agreement
+(NOSA), version 1.3. The NOSA has been approved by the Open Source
+Initiative. See the file "COPYING" at the top of the distribution
+directory tree for the complete NOSA document.
+
+THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY
+KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY THAT THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE WILL CONFORM TO
+SPECIFICATIONS, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR
+A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR FREEDOM FROM INFRINGEMENT, ANY WARRANTY THAT
+THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE WILL BE ERROR FREE, OR ANY WARRANTY THAT
+DOCUMENTATION, IF PROVIDED, WILL CONFORM TO THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE.
+
+B. Third-Party Libraries
+
+This distribution may include some bundled third-party software as a
+convenience to the user. This software, located in the "thirdparty/"
+directory of the source code release, is not covered by the
+above-mentioned distribution agreement or copyright. Binary releases
+distribute third party software in both the "bin" and "lib"
+directories. See the included documentation for detailed copyright
+and license information for any third-party software or check the
+THIRDPARTYLICENSES file. In addition, various pieces of the NGT
+depend on additional third-party libraries that the user is expected
+to have installed.
+
+************************************************************************
+3. DOCUMENTATION
+
+Unavailable at this time.
+
+************************************************************************
+4. CONTACTS & CREDITS
+
+Unavailable at this time.
+
+B. Credits
+
+The NGT was developed within the Autonomous Systems and
+Robotics area of the Intelligent Systems Division at NASA's Ames
+Research Center. It leverages the Intelligent Robotics Group's (IRG)
+extensive experience developing surface reconstruction and tools for
+planetary exploration---e.g. the Mars Pathfinder and Mars Exploration
+Rover missions---and rover autonomy. It has also been developed in
+collaboration with the Adaptive Control and Evolvable Systems (ACES)
+group, and draws on their experience developing computer vision
+techniques for autonomous vehicle control systems.
+
+See the AUTHORS file for a complete list of developers.
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+The NASA Photometry Toolkit (PhoTK) would not be possible with out the
+use of third party software that is also open source. Our binary release
+may include the following software:
+
+************************************************************************
+
+None yet!

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