Miniature Stereo Spectral Imaging System for Multivariate Optical Computing

@article{Priore2004MiniatureSS,
  title={Miniature Stereo Spectral Imaging System for Multivariate Optical Computing},
  author={Ryan J. Priore and F. Haibach and M. V. Schiza and A. Greer and D. L. Perkins and M. Myrick},
  journal={Applied Spectroscopy},
  year={2004},
  volume={58},
  pages={870 - 873}
}
Chemical or hyperspectral imaging is a rapidly developing field that has applications ranging from materials characterization to remote environmental sensing.1 Thanks to developments in processing and instrumentation over the past two decades,2–4 it is now possible to use hyperspectral imaging routinely in the laboratory.5–9 However, the technique still suffers from long data collection times and the need for post-collection computer processing.10 Other than satellite remote earth sensing, uses… Expand
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