Correction of systematic spatial noise in push-broom hyperspectral sensors: application to CHRIS/PROBA images.

@article{GmezChova2008CorrectionOS,
  title={Correction of systematic spatial noise in push-broom hyperspectral sensors: application to CHRIS/PROBA images.},
  author={Luis G{\'o}mez-Chova and Luis Alonso and L. Guanter and Gustavo Camps-Valls and Javier Calpe and Jos{\'e} F. Moreno},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2008},
  volume={47 28},
  pages={F46-60}
}
Hyperspectral remote sensing images are affected by different types of noise. In addition to typical random noise, nonperiodic partially deterministic disturbance patterns generally appear in the data. These patterns, which are intrinsic to the image formation process, are characterized by a high degree of spatial and spectral coherence. We present a new technique that faces the problem of removing the spatially coherent noise known as vertical striping, usually found in images acquired by push… CONTINUE READING
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