Chein-Chi Chang

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1. INTRODUCTION Hyperspectral image compression has received considerable interest in recent years due to enormous data volumes collected by imaging spectrometers which consists of hundreds of contiguous spectral bands with very high between-band spectral correlation. Due to such significantly improved spatial and spectral resolution provided by a(More)
—One of the challenges in remote sensing image processing is subpixel detection where the target size is smaller than the ground sampling distance, therefore, embedded in a single pixel. Under such a circumstance, these targets can be only detected spectrally at the subpixel level, not spatially as ordinarily conducted by classical image processing(More)
Hyperspectral image compression can be performed by either 3-D compression or spectral/spatial compression. It has been demonstrated that due to high spectral resolution hyperspectral image compression can be more effective if compression is carried out spectrally and spatially in two separate stages. One commonly used spectral/spatial compression(More)
Spectral measures have been used in material identification and discrimination. They are effective if the spectral signatures are calibrated and not contaminated. However, it may not be true in many real applications, specifically, for mixed pixels and subpixel targets. This paper investigates the issue of discrimination and identification for subpixel(More)
This is a literature review for the year 2015 and contains information specifically associated with suspended growth processes including activated sludge, upflow anaerobic sludge blanket, and sequencing batch reactors. The review encompasses modeling and kinetics, nutrient removal, system design and operation. Compared to past reviews, many topics show(More)
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