Optical calibration, bathymetry, water column correction and bottom typing of shallow marine areas, using passive remote sensing imageries
The Smart-Smoothing Process

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  • Smoothing is absolutely necessary, more so for deeper/darker pixels.
  • Smoothing must preserve the edges of sea-bottom features,
    • while applying a larger smoothing window to darker pixels with low S/N ratio.
 




Smart-Smoothing preserves the edges

Smart-Smoothing preserves the edges
  • Smart-Smoothing preserves the edges of the dark and shallower patch
  • The profile compares
    • RAW in thin blue
    • DEGLINTED in thin red
    • Smart-Smoothed in thin green
    • FINAL in fat black
   




<== Smart-Smoothing improves SeaTruth regression


This plot compares the sea-truth regression
 

  • LEFT : NO smoothing applied
  • RIGHT :Smart-Smoothing applied





<<==Smart-Smoothing yields an acceptable DTM













<<==Smart-Smoothing yields an acceptable DTM
CASI data

 



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