A comparison between six model-based methods to retrieve surface reflectance and water vapor content from hyperspectral data : A case study using synthetic AVIRIS data

@inproceedings{BenDor2008ACB,
  title={A comparison between six model-based methods to retrieve surface reflectance and water vapor content from hyperspectral data : A case study using synthetic AVIRIS data},
  author={Eyal Ben-Dor and Bruce C. Kindel},
  year={2008}
}
Six model-based methods, ACORN, ATREM, ATCOR4, CAM5S, FLAASH and HATCH, were used to retrieve reflectance information and water vapor content from synthetic AVIRIS data. The results were compared using objective method in four spectral segments across the sun radiation light. In the synthetic data, the highest spectral difference was found to be 26% and the lowest 1.1% in reflectance units as estimated from the Average Sum of Deviations Squared (ASDS) values. The reflectanceequivalent ASDS… CONTINUE READING