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wrong calculation of power function
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I have a problem in beam when I try to use band by band math to evaluate a power fuction like that (520*reflec_6 ^2.6) for example, the resulting pixel values were 2 for all pixels
it alway gives me the integer value of the power
this problem faced me in all versions of beam that I downloaded
How can I solve this problem?
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RE: wrong calculation of power function
4/4/11 9:03 AM as a reply to Mohammed Ali Hamed.
Hello,

the '^' character is not the power operation. It is the a bitwise XOR operation.
Please use the pow(@, @) function.
Your expression should look like the following:
1520 * pow(reflec_6, 2.6)


best wishes
Marco
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