Tag: band selection

Spectral Variability in Hyperspectral Data Unmixing: A Comprehensive Review

Abstract: The spectral signatures of the materials contained in hyperspectral images (HI), also called endmembers (EM), can be significantly affected by variations in atmospheric, illumination or environmental conditions typically occurring within an HI. Traditional spectral unmixing (SU) algorithms neglect the… Read More

Developing Spectral Libraries Using Multiple Target Multiple Instance Adaptive Cosine/Coherence Estimator

Abstract: Traditional methods of developing spectral libraries for unmixing hyperspectral images tend to require domain knowledge of the study area and the material’s spectra. In this paper, we propose using the Multiple Target Multiple Instance Adaptive Cosine/Coherence Estimator (Multi-Target MI-ACE)… Read More

Simultaneous band-weighting and spectral unmixing for multiple endmember sets

Abstract: In this paper, the SimUltaneous Band-weighting and Spectral Unmixing for Multiple Endmember Sets (SUBSUME) which performs endmember extraction for multiple sets of endmembers, estimates proportion values, and assigns partition-specific band weights is presented. By incorporating simultaneous band weighting, input… Read More

Hyperspectral endmember detection and band selection using bayesian methods

Abstract: Four methods of endmember detection and spectral unmixing are described. The methods determine endmembers and perform spectral unmixing while simultaneously determining the number of endmembers, representing endmembers as distributions, partitioning the input data set into several convex regions, or… Read More

Sparsity promoting iterated constrained endmember detection with integrated band selection

Abstract: An extension of the iterated constrained endmembers (ICE) that incorporates sparsity promoting priors to find the correct number of endmembers and simultaneously select informative spectral bands is presented. In addition to solving for endmembers and endmember fractional maps, this… Read More