Shadow-Effect Correction in Aerial Color Imagery

  title={Shadow-Effect Correction in Aerial Color Imagery},
  author={Hong-Gyoo Sohn},
Due to the existence of shadows, especially in urban environments, it is difficult to extract semantic information from aerial and high-resolution satellite images. In this paper, an efficient method of correcting shadow effects using multisource data sets in aerial color images is proposed. The proposed method has three steps. First, it accurately detects the shadowed regions using the image geometry and the solar position of the image acquisition data. Then, the detected shadowed regions are… CONTINUE READING


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