Sabine Miksa

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OBJECTIVE Our previous paper (Part I: Principle and mathematical aspects) presented a new reliable in vitro sun protection factor (SPF) method and demonstrated it to be reproducible and correlated with the in vivo method. Nevertheless, the relevance of an international method should to be adaptable to all products on the market and demonstrated with a blind(More)
OBJECTIVE The SPF (sun protection factor) is the best known reference in the world for expressing UVB protection. The SPF is used for labelling purposes for consumer guidance. The determination of the SPF is often accomplished using an in vivo method that has been standardized. Only one in vivo SPF value from one laboratory is required for claiming an SPF(More)
OBJECTIVE Development of an international harmonized in vitro method for sun protection factor (SPF) assessment is currently in progress because of the lack of both reproducibility and accuracy in the current methodology. The aim of this article was to focus on the principle and mathematical aspects (Part I) of a new approach for a reproducible and(More)
1 — The Modular Inversion Program (MIP) is a processing and development tool designed for retrieval and mapping of hydro-biological parameters obtained from multi-and hyperspectral remote sensing measurements. The architecture of the program binds a set of general and transferable computational schemes in a chain, connecting bio-physical parameters with the(More)
CHRIS-PROBA data were acquired at 3 days in 2003 and one day in 2004 at the Eastern part of Lake Constance. Field campaigns were organised at these days in order to measure optical parameters of the water and the atmosphere and concentrations of water constituents from ship for validation. Five deep water sampling stations were chosen. The modular inversion(More)
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