Clouds and cloud shadows removal from high-resolution remote sensing images

  title={Clouds and cloud shadows removal from high-resolution remote sensing images},
  author={Fen Chen and Zhongming Zhao and Ling Peng and Dongmei Yan},
  journal={Proceedings. 2005 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2005. IGARSS '05.},
In the remote sensing images recorded by highresolution optical sensors such as SPOT, TM, IKONOS, QUICKBIRD etc., clouds and cloud shadows may unfortunately contaminate the scene. Removing these portions of an image and then filling in the missing data is an important photo editing work. Traditionally the operators have to mask them out from the scene, and cut a patch with similar ground content from clear regions to fill in. It is a tedious work. However good seamless result is hard to achieve… CONTINUE READING

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