Target-constrained interference-minimized approach to subpixel target detection for hyperspectral images

@inproceedings{Ren2000TargetconstrainedIA,
  title={Target-constrained interference-minimized approach to subpixel target detection for hyperspectral images},
  author={Hsuan Ren and C. Chang},
  year={2000}
}
Due to significantly improved spatial and spectral resolution, hyperspectral sensors can now detect many substances that cannot be resolved by multispectral sensors. However, this comes at the price that many unknown and unidentified signal sources, referred to as interferers, may also be extracted unexpectedly. Such interferers generally produce additional noise effects on target detection and must therefore be taken into account. The problem associated with this interference is challenging… CONTINUE READING

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