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標題: Generalized constrained energy minimization approach to subpixel target detection for multispectral imagery
作者: Chang, C.I.
Liu, J.M.
Chieu, B.C.
Ren, H.
Wang, C.M.
Lo, C.S.
Chung, P.C.
Yang, C.W.
Ma, D.J.
關鍵字: classification;constrained energy minimization;dimensionality;expansion;generalized constrained energy minimization;generalized;orthogonal subspace projection;hyperspectral image;multispectral;image;subpixel detection;subspace projection approach;classification
Project: Optical Engineering
期刊/報告no:: Optical Engineering, Volume 39, Issue 5, Page(s) 1275-1281.
Subpixel detection in multispectral imagery presents a challenging problem due to relatively low spatial and spectral resolution. We present a generalized constrained energy minimization (GCEM) approach to detecting targets in multispectral imagery at subpixel level. GCEM is a hybrid technique that combines a constrained energy minimization (CEM) method developed for hyperspectral image classification with a dimensionality expansion (DE) approach resulting from a generalized orthogonal subspace projection (GOSP) developed for multispectral image classification. DE enables us to generate additional bands from original multispectral images nonlinearly so that CEM can be used for subpixel detection to extract targets embedded in multispectral images. CEM has been successfully applied to hyperspectral target detection and image classification. Its applicability to multispectral imagery is yet to be investigated. A potential limitation of CEM on multispectral imagery is the effectiveness of interference elimination due to the lack of sufficient dimensionality. DE is introduced to mitigate this problem by expanding the original data dimensionality. Experiments show that the proposed GCEM detects targets more effectively than GOSP and CEM without dimensionality expansion. (C) 2000 Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers.
ISSN: 0091-3286
DOI: 10.1117/1.602486
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