Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document for Decorrelation Stretch Version 2 . 2 August 15 , 1996

  title={Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document for Decorrelation Stretch Version 2 . 2 August 15 , 1996},
  author={Ronald E. Alley},
The decorrelation stretch is a process that is used to enhance (stretch) the color differences found in a color image. The method used to do this includes the removal of the inter-channel correlation found in the input pixels; hence, the term "decorrelation stretch". The purpose of this document is to explain: 1) the conditions that normally appear in multispectral data that indicate that color enhancement is needed, 2) how a decorrelation stretch addresses those needs, 3) how a decorrelation… CONTINUE READING
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