Hyperspectral data analysis procedures with reduced sensitivity to noise
- Landgrebe, David A.
- JAN 1, 1993.
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- Multispectral sensor systems have become steadily improved over the years in their ability to deliver increased spectral detail. With the advent of hyperspectral sensors, including imaging spectrometers, this technology is in the process of taking a large leap forward, thus providing the possibility of enabling delivery of much more detailed information. However, this direction of development has drawn even more attention to the matter of noise and other deleterious effects in the data, because reducing the fundamental limitations of spectral detail on information collection raises the limitations presented by noise to even greater importance. Much current effort in remote sensing research is thus being devoted to adjusting the data to mitigate the effects of noise and other deleterious effects. A parallel approach to the problem is to look for analysis approaches and procedures which have reduced sensitivity to such effects. We discuss some of the fundamental principles which define analysis algorithm characteristics providing such reduced sensitivity. One such analysis procedure including an example analysis of a data set is described, illustrating this effect.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19950012711.
Accession ID: 95N19126.
Workshop on Atmospheric Correction of Landsat Imagery; 29 Jun. - 1 Jul. 1993; Torrance, CA; United States.
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