Hyperspectral Imagery Super-Resolution by Adaptive POCS and Blur Metric
AbstractThe spatial resolution of a hyperspectral image is often coarse as the limitations on the imaging hardware. A novel super-resolution reconstruction algorithm for hyperspectral imagery (HSI) via adaptive projection onto convex sets and image blur metric (APOCS-BM) is proposed in this paper to solve these problems. Firstly, a no-reference image blur metric assessment method based on Gabor wavelet transform is utilized to obtain the blur metric of the low-resolution (LR) image. Then, the bound used in the APOCS is automatically calculated via LR image blur metric. Finally, the high-resolution (HR) image is reconstructed by the APOCS method. With the contribution of APOCS and image blur metric, the fixed bound problem in POCS is solved, and the image blur information is utilized during the reconstruction of HR image, which effectively enhances the spatial-spectral information and improves the reconstruction accuracy. The experimental results for the PaviaU, PaviaC and Jinyin Tan datasets indicate that the proposed method not only enhances the spatial resolution, but also preserves HSI spectral information well. View Full-Text
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Hu, S.; Zhang, S.; Zhang, A.; Chai, S. Hyperspectral Imagery Super-Resolution by Adaptive POCS and Blur Metric. Sensors 2017, 17, 82.
Hu S, Zhang S, Zhang A, Chai S. Hyperspectral Imagery Super-Resolution by Adaptive POCS and Blur Metric. Sensors. 2017; 17(1):82.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hu, Shaoxing; Zhang, Shuyu; Zhang, Aiwu; Chai, Shatuo. 2017. "Hyperspectral Imagery Super-Resolution by Adaptive POCS and Blur Metric." Sensors 17, no. 1: 82.
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