Hyperspectral Data: Efficient and Secure Transmission
AbstractAirborne and spaceborne hyperspectral sensors collect information which is derived from the electromagnetic spectrum of an observed area. Hyperspectral data are used in several studies and they are an important aid in different real-life applications (e.g., mining and geology applications, ecology, surveillance, etc.). A hyperspectral image has a three-dimensional structure (a sort of datacube): it can be considered as a sequence of narrow and contiguous spectral channels (bands). The objective of this paper is to present a framework permits the efficient storage/transmission of an input hyperspectral image, and its protection. The proposed framework relies on a reversible invisible watermarking scheme and an efficient lossless compression algorithm. The reversible watermarking scheme is used in conjunction with digital signature techniques in order to permit the verification of the integrity of a hyperspectral image by the receiver. View Full-Text
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Pizzolante, R.; Carpentieri, B. Hyperspectral Data: Efficient and Secure Transmission. Algorithms 2017, 10, 132.
Pizzolante R, Carpentieri B. Hyperspectral Data: Efficient and Secure Transmission. Algorithms. 2017; 10(4):132.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pizzolante, Raffaele; Carpentieri, Bruno. 2017. "Hyperspectral Data: Efficient and Secure Transmission." Algorithms 10, no. 4: 132.
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