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Special Issue "Innovative and Advanced Applications of Hyperspectral Imaging Technology"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Optics and Lasers".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 September 2021) | Viewed by 4857
Special Issue Editors
Interests: remote sensing domain; multispectral sensors; data fusion; image fusion; multicriteria analysis
Interests: data fusion; image and signal processing; automation target recognition; sub-pixel detection; spectral models across NIR-MIR regions
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Interests: multivariate data analysis; classification, calibration; near-infrared spectroscopy; hyperspectral imaging
Special Issue Information
Hyperspectral imaging has become a huge topic and one of most promising techniques in remote sensing with a number of applications in very varied areas of research. Macroscopic hyperspectral imaging was mostly implemented by satellites and airplanes, but with today’s development of cheaper drones, hyperspectral measurement increases the possibilities of use to unimaginable limits (agronomy, forestry, geology, archeology, hydrology, ecology). On the other hand, with the rapid development of hyperspectral sensors and illumination sources, laboratory and field hyperspectral imaging provide many new applications (industry, engineering, archeology, medicine). The rapid growth of this field has made it difficult for many researchers to keep up with the development and advancement of its technology, including data handling, analysis, and presentation. Thus, this Special Issue aims to address the current status of technology and application in any of the above mentioned areas of use of hyperspectral measurements and remote sensing methods. Papers exploring the innovative possibilities of using hyperspectral sensors and ways of processing and obtaining results from them for different areas of human activity are invited.
Dr. Andrija Krtalić
Dr. Anna Brook
Prof. Dr. Paul Geladi
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- Spectral signature
- Spectral interpretation
- Spatial scanning
- Multivariate classification and regression
- Spectral scanning
- Spectral angle mapping