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hi can anybody know about the subject digital image processing and remote sensing.i want know info abt atmospheric correction in detail for my documentation.if any one knows the topic post that to this site.

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What exactly are you trying to achieve? Your question is rather generic and unclear at this point.

Am I correct to assume that you would like to remove artefacts from images?
If so, what are these artefacts? Additionally, what is your definition of 'corrected'?

For example - one could assume that the problems experienced when photographing in a dust-storm would be somewhat different to those experienced when photographing during bush-fire season when the air is filled with smoke. These two situations would of course present different challenges than one would expect if attempting to take photographs with heavy/light smog. (Hint: think of the extra level of complexity introduced by the inversion layer)

Sounds like an interesting topic..
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 28-Jun-11 13:35pm    
Correct reasoning, my 5, but a simple comment "what's your problem" would suffice.

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