Progressive Line Processing of Kernel RX Anomaly Detection Algorithm for Hyperspectral Imagery
AbstractThe Kernel-RX detector (KRXD) has attracted widespread interest in hyperspectral image processing with the utilization of nonlinear information. However, the kernelization of hyperspectral data leads to poor execution efficiency in KRXD. This paper presents an approach to the progressive line processing of KRXD (PLP-KRXD) that can perform KRXD line by line (the main data acquisition pattern). Parallel causal sliding windows are defined to ensure the causality of PLP-KRXD. Then, with the employment of the Woodbury matrix identity and the matrix inversion lemma, PLP-KRXD has the capacity to recursively update the kernel matrices, thereby avoiding a great many repetitive calculations of complex matrices, and greatly reducing the algorithm’s complexity. To substantiate the usefulness and effectiveness of PLP-KRXD, three groups of hyperspectral datasets are used to conduct experiments. View Full-Text
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Zhao, C.; Deng, W.; Yan, Y.; Yao, X. Progressive Line Processing of Kernel RX Anomaly Detection Algorithm for Hyperspectral Imagery. Sensors 2017, 17, 1815.
Zhao C, Deng W, Yan Y, Yao X. Progressive Line Processing of Kernel RX Anomaly Detection Algorithm for Hyperspectral Imagery. Sensors. 2017; 17(8):1815.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhao, Chunhui; Deng, Weiwei; Yan, Yiming; Yao, Xifeng. 2017. "Progressive Line Processing of Kernel RX Anomaly Detection Algorithm for Hyperspectral Imagery." Sensors 17, no. 8: 1815.
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