Improved Additive-Wavelet Image Fusion

  title={Improved Additive-Wavelet Image Fusion},
  author={Yonghyun Kim and Changno Lee and Dongyeob Han and Yongil Kim and Younsoo Kim},
  journal={IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters},
Effective image-fusion methods inject the necessary geometric information and preserve the radiometric information. To preserve the radiometric information, the injected high frequency of a panchromatic (pan) image must follow the frequency of the multispectral (MS) image. In this letter, an improved additive-wavelet (AW) fusion method is presented using the à trous algorithm. The proposed method does not decompose the MS image; thus, it preserves the radiometric information of the MS image… CONTINUE READING
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