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I have a co-worker that was working on do some analysis on IFSAR and he clips them to quads. He said that there are 6 quads that came up bad stripping.

Is there a way around to clean it up the bad stripping? I explained to him that there are possibility that are 2 reasons for that is the that airplane it flew may have shift the bad stripping or the area that may have artifacts.


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Would it be possible to link to an image of the stripping? I might have a python script that can fix this type of systematic error, but I would like to see the data (a non-georeferenced jpeg sample is fine). – Jay Laura May 15 '12 at 21:00