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MATISSE: version 1.4 and future developments

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Pierre Simoneau, Karine Caillault, Sandrine Fauqueux, Thierry Huet, Jean Claude Krapez, Luc Labarre, Claire Malherbe, Christophe Miesch

ONERA (France)

Proc. SPIE 6364, Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems IX, 636409 (September 28, 2006); doi:10.1117/12.694964
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  • Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems IX
  • Anton Kohnle; Karin Stein
  • Stockholm, Sweden | September 11, 2006

abstract

This paper concerns the presentation of the MATISSE-v1.4 code whose main functionality is computation of spectral or integrated natural background radiance images. The spectral bandwidth ranges from 765 to 3300 cm-1 (3 to 13 μm) with a 5 cm-1 resolution. Natural backgrounds include the atmosphere, low and high altitude clouds, sea and land. The most particular functionality of the code is to take into account atmospheric spatial variability quantities (temperatures, mixing ratio, etc) along each line of sight of the image. In addition to image generation capacity, the code computes atmospheric radiance and transmission along a line of sight with the same spectral characteristics as in imaging mode. In this case, atmospheric refraction effects and radiation from high or low altitude clouds can be taken into account. A high spectral resolution mode is also available to propagate radiation from a high temperature medium in the same atmospheric state as that used for the image generation. Moreover, an Application Programming Interface (API) is included to facilitate its use in conjunction with external codes. In comparison with the previous version, the main improvement of MATISSE-v1.4 concerns the line of sight mode, the possibility to use a user atmospheric profile and computations in the Maritime Boundary Layer. This paper describes the range of functionalities of MATISSE-v1.4 as well as future developments.

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Pierre Simoneau ; Karine Caillault ; Sandrine Fauqueux ; Thierry Huet ; Jean Claude Krapez, et al.
"MATISSE: version 1.4 and future developments", Proc. SPIE 6364, Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems IX, 636409 (September 28, 2006); doi:10.1117/12.694964; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.694964


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