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06-Hyperspectral

06-Hyperspectral - "Hyperspectral"Hyperspectral a terrible...

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4/23/2008 ESM 266: Hyperspectral remote sensing 1 ESM 266: ESM 266: Hyperspectral Hyperspectral remote sensing “Hyperspectral” “Hyperspectral” — a terrible term a terrible term Imaging spectrometry, imaging spectroscopy – hyperspectral (“too many,” “excessive”): 100s of bands – Ultraspectral: 1000s of bands 2 Generally we mean measuring the reflected or emitted radiation at a fine enough spectral resolution to identify materials 3 Example Example — the mineral alunite the mineral alunite from Roger Clark, Spectroscopy of Rocks and Minerals 4 Alunite at various spectral resolutions from Roger Clark, Spectroscopy of Rocks and Minerals 5 Atmospheric transmissivity
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