Qunming Wang

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Due to rapid changes on the Earth’s surface, it is important to perform land cover change detection (CD) at a fine spatial and fine temporal resolution. However, remote sensing images with both fine spatial and temporal resolutions are commonly not available or, where available, may be expensive to obtain. This paper attempts to achieve fine spatial and(More)
Spectral unmixing is one of the important techniques for hyperspectral data processing. The analysis of spectral mixing is often based on a linear, fully constrained (FC) (i.e., nonnegative and sum-to-one mixture proportions), and least squares criterion. However, the traditional iterative processing of FC least squares (FCLS) linear spectral mixture(More)
a Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong b Faculty of Science and Technology, Engineering Building, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YR, UK c Faculty of Geosciences, University of Utrecht, Heidelberglaan 2, 3584 CS Utrecht, The Netherlands d School of Geography, Archaeology and(More)
The availability of the panchromatic (PAN) band in remote sensing images gives birth to so-called image fusion techniques for increasing the spatial resolution of images to that of the PAN band. The spatial resolution of such spatially sharpened images, such as for the MODIS and Landsat sensors, however, may not be sufficient to provide the required(More)
Monitoring open water bodies accurately is an important and basic application in remote sensing. Various water body mapping approaches have been developed to extract water bodies from multispectral images. The method based on the spectral water index, especially the Modified Normalized Difference Water Index (MDNWI) calculated from the green and(More)