Does Deblurring Improve Geometrical Hyperspectral Unmixing?

@article{Henrot2014DoesDI,
  title={Does Deblurring Improve Geometrical Hyperspectral Unmixing?},
  author={Simon Henrot and Charles Soussen and Manuel Dossot and David Brie},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={1169-1180}
}
In this paper, we consider hyperspectral unmixing problems where the observed images are blurred during the acquisition process, e.g., in microscopy and spectroscopy. We derive a joint observation and mixing model and show how it affects end-member identifiability within the geometrical unmixing framework. An analysis of the model reveals that nonnegative blurring results in a contraction of both the minimum-volume enclosing and maximum-volume enclosed simplex. We demonstrate this contraction… CONTINUE READING