airlight

airlight

[′er‚līt]
(meteorology)
In determinations of visual range, light from sun and sky which is scattered into the eyes of an observer by atmospheric suspensoids (and, to slight extent, by air molecules) lying in the observer's cone of vision.
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The city government's private partner Airlight Technology Solutions chose as pilot area for free wiFi the Don Antonio Village Tricycle Operators and Drivers' Association (DAVTODA) even as plans are being laid down for more wiFi spots in the city.
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(1), J(x)t(x) is called the direct attenuation [11], which describes the scene radiance and its decay in the medium; A[1 -1 (x)] is called the airlight (atmospheric veiling) [11], and it results from previous scattered light and leads to a shift in scene color.
The light reflected from the object and ambient light in the medium, referred to as the airlight [3].
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I stands for the observed image, A is the airlight color vector, and J is the surface radiance vector at the interaction point of the scene and the real world ray corresponding to the pixel x = (x, y).
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