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Image transfer through rough sea surface: computer simulations
Author(s): Lev Dolin; Gary Gilbert; Iosif Levin; Alexander Luchinin; Vladimir Savel'ev; Steve Stewart
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Paper Abstract

This paper is devoted to computer simulation of random realizations of bottom images. Simulations of random images are considered to be a straightforward way to predict bottom visibility under realistic conditions. A simplified version of a bottom imaging model using a fast simulation algorithm has been developed. Simulated results presented here allow the visual evaluation of image quality for different signal/noise ratio (SNR) values. We show how the simulation of random images can be used to predict bottom visibility over a variety of environmental conditions and also determine an optimal observation strategy.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 April 2007
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 6615, Current Research on Remote Sensing, Laser Probing, and Imagery in Natural Waters, 66150I (13 April 2007);
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Lev Dolin, Institute of Applied Physics (Russia)
Gary Gilbert, Advanced Coherent Technologies, LLC (United States)
Iosif Levin, P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology (Russia)
Alexander Luchinin, Institute of Applied Physics (Russia)
Vladimir Savel'ev, Institute of Applied Physics (Russia)
Steve Stewart, SPAWAR Systems Ctr., San Diego (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6615:
Current Research on Remote Sensing, Laser Probing, and Imagery in Natural Waters
Iosif M. Levin; Gary D. Gilbert; Vladimir I. Haltrin; Charles C. Trees, Editor(s)

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