Commit 07a1f711 authored by Simon Gascoin's avatar Simon Gascoin Committed by Manuel Grizonnet

DOC:correct resampling factor value

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Parameter & Description & Name in the configuration file & Default value\\
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\textcolor{red}{$r_f$} & Resize factor to produce the down-sampled red band & \texttt{rRed\_backtocloud} & 0.100 \\
\textcolor{red}{$r_f$} & Resize factor to produce the down-sampled red band & \texttt{rf} & 8 for L8 (12 for S2) \\
\textcolor{red}{$r_D$} & Maximum value of the down-sampled red band reflectance to define a dark cloud pixel & \texttt{rRed\_darkcloud} & 0.650 \\
\textcolor{red}{$n_1$} & Minimum value of the NDSI for the pass 1 snow test & \texttt{ndsi\_pass1} & 0.400\\
\textcolor{red}{$n_2$} & Minimum value of the NDSI for the pass 2 snow test & \texttt{ndsi\_pass2} & 0.150\\
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The output of LIS was also examined by comparing the output snow mask from two images acquired on the same day by two different sensors. The example shown in Fig.~\ref{fig:L8vS4} illustrates that both snow masks are consistent, although further inspection revealed that the SPOT-4 snow mask tends to underestimate the snow cover area in this case. This is probably due to the lower radiometric resolution of SPOT-4 sensor.
The output of LIS was also examined by comparing the output snow mask from two images acquired on the same day by two different sensors. The example shown in Fig.~\ref{fig:L8vsS4-23042013} illustrates that both snow masks are consistent, although further inspection revealed that the SPOT-4 snow mask tends to underestimate the snow cover area in this case. This is probably due to the lower radiometric resolution of SPOT-4 sensor.
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