Naidu , PS and Reddy, YV (1988) Modeling of the sea surface for daylight imagery studies. In: IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, 13 (2). 81 -83.
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Plastic-coated paper is shown to possess reflectivity characteristics quite similar to those of the surface of water. This correspondence has been used with a conversion factor to model a sea surface by means of plastic-coated paper. Such a paper model is then suitably illuminated and photographed, yielding physically simulated daylight imagery of the sea surface under controlled conditions. A simple example of sinusoidal surface simulation is described.
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