Extrapolated points are assigned a value of -200. To flag them
as good points (with values of 100), type
Q = Q + 300 * (Q EQ -200)
The logical expression (Q EQ -200) is an array of the same size
as Q for which all elements corresponding to extrapolated points
(elements of Q that are equal to -200) are set equal to one. The other
elements are set equal to zero. We multiplied this array by 300 and
added it to Q. Therefore, Q elements equal to -200 have 300 added to
them, resulting in values of 100, and the rest of the Q array is left
unchanged.
Patching procedures will generally set values for user-interpolated data as -210, and for user-flagged data as -325.
Epsilon Value | Condition |
---|---|
``Old'' or early processing | |
=0.264*D+(r)+(s) | D=distance from camera center in pixels. |
(r)=-400 if background is near reseaux, | |
-800 if gross is near reseaux, else 0. | |
(s)=-1600 if saturated pixel, else 0. | |
``New'' Processing | |
-200 | Extrapolated intensity transfer function. |
-220 | Microphonic noise. |
-300 | Bright spot. |
-800 | Reseau fiducial mark. |
-1600 | Saturated pixel. |
-3200 | Pixel outside target ring. |