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Hyperspectral imagery (HSI) is a remote sensing tool that precisely serves to define the classification of the regions. In fact, the coverage of several images of the ground truth, which provide relevant information, but some of them are influenced by atmospheric noise, and others contain a redundant information. To reduce the dimensionality of(More)
The Remote sensing provides a synoptic view of land by detecting the energy reflected from Earth's surface. The Hyperspectral images (HSI) use perfect sensors that extract more than a hundred of images, with more detailed information than using traditional Multispectral data. In this paper, we aim to study this aspect of communication in the case of passive(More)
The Hyperspectral image (HSI) contains several hundred bands of the same region called the Ground Truth (GT). The bands are taken in juxtaposed frequencies, but some of them are noisily measured or contain no information. For the classification, the selection of bands, affects significantly the results of classification, in fact, using a subset of relevant(More)
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