Incorporating Spatial Information into Gas Plume Detection in Hyperspectral Imagery

@inproceedings{Grant2010IncorporatingSI,
  title={Incorporating Spatial Information into Gas Plume Detection in Hyperspectral Imagery},
  author={Cameron S. Grant and Jacob H. Gunther},
  year={2010}
}
Incorporating Spatial Information into Gas Plume Detection in Hyperspectral Imagery by Cameron S. Grant, Master of Science Utah State University, 2010 Major Professor: Dr. Jacob H. Gunther Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering Detection of chemical plumes in hyperpsectral data is a problem having solutions that focus on spectral information. These solutions neglect the presence of the spatial information in the scene. The spatial information is exploited in this work by assignment of… CONTINUE READING
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