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Remote sensing model adaptation to very high resolution digital images of urban areas

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2 Author(s)
Boldo, D. ; Inst. Grographique Nat., Saint Mande, France ; Le Men, H.

Very high resolution digital images of urban areas exhibit some illumination effects which can be neglected at low or medium resolution. In order to achieve a good radiometric correction, new effects have to be taken explicitly into account. This paper deals with the integration of two urban area particularities in a remote sensing model: sky occlusion and facades retro illumination

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Remote Sensing and Data Fusion over Urban Areas, IEEE/ISPRS Joint Workshop 2001

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2001