Spectral Unmixing Technique Based on Flexibly Selected Endmembers

  title={Spectral Unmixing Technique Based on Flexibly Selected Endmembers},
  author={Liguo Wang and Jing Zhang and Luqun Deng},
  journal={2009 WRI World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering},
In traditional spectral unmixing methods of hyperspectral imagery, all endmembers (EMs) take part in the process of each pixel unmixing, and each EM is invariable in the whole processing. This kind of ways discounts unmixing accuracy by introducing some EMs unrelated with mixed pixel to be analyzed, and by the inaccuracy representation of each class by a fixed EM. So the traditional way of spectral unmixing can not get satisfied result. In this case, the paper proposes spectral unmixng ways… CONTINUE READING

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