Hitomi Inada

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Hyperspectral Imager Suite (HISUI) is a next-generation Japanese optical sensor that is composed of a hyperspectral imager and a multispectral imager, which will be launched on Advanced Land Observation Satellite 3 (ALOS-3). Combination of hyperspectral and multispectral imagers contributes land remote sensing with high spectral and spatial resolution.(More)
In recent years the revolution in aberration correction technology has made ultrahigh resolution imaging and analysis routinely accessible on transmission electron microscope (TEM) and scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM). We have developed a new analytical 200 kV cold field emission TEM equipped with a probe-forming aberration corrector, the(More)
Some ceramics show bone-bonding ability, i.e. bioactivity. Apatite formation on ceramics is an essential condition to bring about direct bonding to living bone when implanted into bony defects. A controlled surface reaction of the ceramic is an important factor governing the bioactivity and biodegradation of the implanted ceramic. Among bioactive ceramics,(More)
The hyperspectral and the multispectral (hyper-multi spectral) mission is the Japanese next generation space-borne radiometer development project. This project is a heritage from ASTER launched in December 1999. The performance of the hyperspectral radiometer is 30m ground sampling distance, 30km swath width, 10nm and 12.5nm wavelength distance for VNIR and(More)
The Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) is a high spatial resolution optical sensor for observing the Earth carried on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Terra satellite. ASTER consists of three radiometers covering the following regions: visible and near-infrared (VNIR), shortwave infrared (SWIR), and(More)
Hyperspectral Imager Suite (HISUI) is a next-generation Japanese optical sensor that is composed of a hyperspectral imager and a multispectral imager. Combination of hyperspectral and multispectral imagers contributes land remote sensing with high spectral and spatial resolution. Validation of the HISUI evaluation model, including environmental test such as(More)
Onboard image processing systems for a hyperspectral sensor have been developed in order to maximize image data transmission efficiency for large volume and high speed data downlink capacity. Since more than 100 channels are required for hyperspectral sensors on Earth observation satellites, fast and small-footprint lossless image compression capability is(More)
Hyper-spectral Imager Suite (HISUI) is a next-generation Japanese sensor that will be on board in 2016 or later. HISUI is composed of two radiometers; one is a hyperspectral imager that obtains spectral images of 185 bands with the ground sampling distance 30 meters from visible to shortwave-infrared region, and the other is a multispectral imager that(More)
A needle type pH image sensor with 32×128 pixels for in-vivo application was developed. The pixel pitch of the sensor is 23 μm and the time resolution is about 20msec (50flame/sec). To insert in the brain of a mouse, the geometry was modified to needle structure with 1.76×11.46 mm and 100 μm thickness. The needle type pH image(More)
A short pulse response for surface waves involved in the backscattering by dielectric spheres is considered in the time domain. Since the surface-wave contributions for the cw backscattering are known, pulse returns for the surface waves are obtained from the cw solutions by Fourier synthesis. Large savings in computation time for a Fourier series were(More)