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Comparative study on atmospheric correction methods of visible and near-infrared hyperspectral image
Author(s): Qian He; Jingli Wu; Guangping Wang; Chang Liu; Tao Tao
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Paper Abstract

Currently, common atmospheric correction methods usually based on the statistical information of image itself for relative reflectance calculation, or make use of the radiative transfer model and meteorological parameters for accurate calculations. In order to compare the advantages and disadvantages of these methods, we carried out some atmospheric correction experiments based on AVIRIS Airborne Visible and Near-Infrared hyperspectral data. It proved that, the statistical method is simple and convenient, but not wide adaptability, that can only get the relative reflectance; while the radiative transfer model method is very complex and require the support of auxiliary information, but it can get the precise absolute reflectance of surface features.

Paper Details

Date Published: 4 March 2015
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 9521, Selected Papers from Conferences of the Photoelectronic Technology Committee of the Chinese Society of Astronautics 2014, Part I, 95211L (4 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2178256
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Qian He, Science and Technology on Optical Radiation Lab. (China)
Jingli Wu, Science and Technology on Optical Radiation Lab. (China)
Guangping Wang, Science and Technology on Optical Radiation Lab. (China)
Chang Liu, Science and Technology on Optical Radiation Lab. (China)
Tao Tao, Science and Technology on Optical Radiation Lab. (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9521:
Selected Papers from Conferences of the Photoelectronic Technology Committee of the Chinese Society of Astronautics 2014, Part I
Xun Hou; Zhihong Wang; Lingan Wu; Jing Ma, Editor(s)

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