11 October 2010 An overview of MATISSE-v2.0
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MATISSE which acronym means Advanced Modeling of the Earth for Environment and Scenes Simulation is an infrared background scene generator developed by Onera since the mid 1990'. MATISSE main goal is to compute radiance images of natural backgrounds and radiative quantities such as local illumination, spectral transmission, and spectral radiance along lines of sight. The new version MATISSE-v2.0 has been completed during the first quarter of 2010 and the public version is going to be released in few weeks. This latest version uses a multi resolution spatial scheme in order to treat the natural backgrounds with spatial footprint from kilometre sizes (satellite viewing) down to metric sizes. Up to now, this spatial scheme has been used in order to generate infrared images of sea surface. The new sea surface model (water waves and surface optical properties) has been partially validated by using a specific Mediterranean campaign. MATISSE-v2.0 is also accompanied with a new set of GUI (graphical user interface) in order to help the user in defining its computational case. The code is also designed in order to be interfaced with other applications. Our presentation will be devoted to a description of MATISSE-v2.0 new features, with examples of sea surface scenes exemplifying the new code functionalities.
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Luc Labarre, Karine Caillault, Sandrine Fauqueux, Claire Malherbe, Antoine Roblin, Bernard Rosier, Pierre Simoneau, "An overview of MATISSE-v2.0", Proc. SPIE 7828, Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems XIII, 782802 (11 October 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.868183; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.868183
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