GPU for Parallel On-Board Hyperspectral Image Processing

@article{Setoain2008GPUFP,
  title={GPU for Parallel On-Board Hyperspectral Image Processing},
  author={Javier Setoain and Manuel Prieto and Christian Tenllado and Francisco Tirado},
  journal={IJHPCA},
  year={2008},
  volume={22},
  pages={424-437}
}
Hyperspectral analysis algorithms exhibit inherent parallelism at multiple levels, and map nicely on high performance systems such as massively parallel clusters and networks of computers. Unfortunately, these systems are generally expensive and difficult to adapt to onboard data processing scenarios, in which low-weight and low-power integrated components are desirable to reduce mission pay-load. An exciting new development in this field is the emergence of programmable graphics hardware… CONTINUE READING
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