Fourier Transform Based Hyperspectral Imaging

Abstract

A hyperspectral imaging system (HSIS) is a combination of an imaging device and a spectrometer. The result is a 2D image combined with the third dimension containing the spectral composition of each pixel of the image. Spectrometers normally implemented in hyperspectral imaging systems are made by integrating a dispersive means (a prism or a grating) in an optical system, with the drawback of having the image analyzed per lines and some mechanics integrated in the optical system, cfr. Fig 1, (Sellar & Boreman, 2005).

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@inproceedings{Pisani2012FourierTB, title={Fourier Transform Based Hyperspectral Imaging}, author={Marco Pisani and Massimo Zucco}, year={2012} }