Bilinear Interpolation of Atmospheric Correction Coefficients

Submitted by Sixsmith Joshua on Tue, 21/05/2019 - 17:20
Short Description

The atmospheric correction coefficients are interpolated across the entire spatial extents of the 2D image.

Bilinear interpolation is the method used to interpolate across the entire image for each of the following atmospheric correction coefficients:

S = Atmospheric albedo
fV = Direct fraction in the view (observer) direction
fS = Direct fraction in the solar direction
A = (Dir + Dif) / Pi * TV
B = Path radiance
Dir = Direct irradiance at the surface
Dif = Diffuse irradiance at the surface

Note: TV = Total transmittance in the view (observer) direction