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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The importance of spatial-referenceddata in all developmental and research affairs is not overlooked. Among the methods for the preparation and production of spatial data, the photogrammetry method has a unique position due to speed, cost-effectiveness and above all, the lack of need to direct human presence on the site. In photogrammetric method, airborne cameras play a key role in the success and achievements of other stages, as the main means of providing input data and the first operational loop. Today, technological advances have led to the presentation of high quality digital cameras that promise the provision of the required spatial information by photogrammetric method with high accuracy, speed and efficiency. Given the emergence of new digital cameras and the variety of construction and technology used in these types of cameras, the need for their calibration is recognized as a primary requirement. Considering the high costs and executive problems with performing laboratory calibration, the use of self-calibration equations is considered as one of the most useful solutions in this field. For this purpose, in this paper, the use of Fourier equations with optimal terms derived from the genetic algorithm was proposed, and was evaluated and compared with previous models on the simulated data. Based on the results, this model is able to model multiple distortions with minimal dependency. The accuracy presented for modeling multiple distortions in simulated images of the Ultra Cam digital camerashows an about 30% improvement in modeling accuracy with the least dependency,compared with other additional parameters.