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20 October 1999 Considerations in atmospheric compensation of spectral image data
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Atmospheric emission, scattering, and photon absorption degrade spectral imagery data and reduce its utility. We report on the use of an atmospheric compensation code for the visible and near-infrared, based on MODTRAN 4, that includes spectral analysis, accounts for interference to a given pixel by adjacent pixels, and provides a polishing routine to clear residual atmospheric spectral features common to a group of pixels. A NASA/JPL AVIRIS data sample is analyzed.
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James A. Gardner, Jerry W. Felde, Eduardo C. Meidunas, Michael L. Hoke, Gail P. Anderson, Steven J. Lipson, Peter S. Armstrong, James H. Chetwynd Jr., Brian Pukall, Jason B. Mello, Laila S. Jeong, Steven M. Adler-Golden, Alexander Berk, Lawrence S. Bernstein, Prabhat K. Acharya, and Michael W. Matthew "Considerations in atmospheric compensation of spectral image data", Proc. SPIE 3756, Optical Spectroscopic Techniques and Instrumentation for Atmospheric and Space Research III, (20 October 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.366390
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