Radiometric Processing of Imaging Spectroscopy Data using ATCOR-4
|Instructor:||Dr. sc. nat. Daniel Schläpfer, ReSe Applications www.rese-apps.com, Switzerland, firstname.lastname@example.org|
The radiometric processing of airborne imaging spectroscopy is a challenging tasks which requires both background knowledge and appropriate tools, such that well-defined reflectance properties may be derived from calibrated at-sensor measurements. This course is meant for scientists who want to deepen their knowledge about the radiometric effects affecting aiborne imaging spectroscopy data. It shall help to achieve better pre-processing results suitable for higher level products generation.
The following topics shall be covered:
- Physical background: Radiometric quantities and fundamentals of atmospheric compensation.
- Empirical atmospheric correction approaches in comparison to physical atmospheric compensation.
- Data structure and implementation principles of the ATCOR-4 approach.
- Workflow demonstration on sample data set for data quality assessment, sensor definition, smile detection, spectral shift analysis, atmospheric compensation, and spectral polishing.
- Shadow and shade detection and correction approaches.
- BRDF definitions and background: Incidence BRDF correction and terrain correction and the BREFCOR correction method.
- ... further topics may be discussed depending on participants interests.
Number of Participants: max. 12
Tutorial Fee: 200 Euro
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