Design and evaluation of hyperspectral algorithms for chemical warfare agent detection

@inproceedings{Manolakis2005DesignAE,
  title={Design and evaluation of hyperspectral algorithms for chemical warfare agent detection},
  author={Dimitris G. Manolakis and Francis M. D'Amico},
  booktitle={SPIE Optics East},
  year={2005}
}
Remote sensing of chemical warfare agents (CWA) with stand-off hyperspectral imaging sensors has a wide range of civilian and military applications. These sensors exploit the spectral changes in the ambient photon flux produced by either sunlight or the thermal emission of the earth after passage through a region containing the CWA cloud. The purpose of this paper is threefold. First, to discuss a simple phenomenological model for the radiance measured by the sensor in the case of optically… CONTINUE READING

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