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— Hyperspectral imaging offers the possibility of characterizing materials and objects in the air, land and water on the basis of the unique reflectance patterns that result from the interaction of solar energy with the molecular structure of the material. In this paper, we provide a seminal view on recent advances in techniques for hyperspectral data(More)
—The increasing quantity and sophistication of imaging spectroscopy applications have led to a higher demand on the quality of Earth observation data products. In particular, it is desired that data products be as consistent as possible (i.e., ideally uniform) in both spectral and spatial dimensions. Yet, data acquired from real (e.g., pushbroom) imaging(More)
A critical step in the product generation of satellite or airborne earth observation data is the correction of atmospheric features. Due to the complexity of the underlying physical model and the amount of coordinated effort required to provide, verify and maintain baseline atmospheric observations, one particular scientific modelling program, MODTRAN,(More)
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