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Spectral


Spectral imaging was the foundation of the center's activities for a number of years, but is not a current focus, aside from our interest in spectral lidar.

The Remote Sensing Center has worked with airborne and satellite systems including IKONOS/Quickbird multispectral imagery (MSI), and airborne hyperspectral imaging (HSI) systems including AVIRIS, HYDICE, CASI, and HYMAP.  

Classification and analysis, including atmospheric compensation is performed using standard industry research tools; notably ENVI and ERDAS Imagine.

The most recent thesis work has focused on coastal bathymetry particularly using WorldView-2’s 8-band MSI sensor.

 

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A Signal Processing Perspective of Hyperspectral Imagery Analysis Techniques

Marcus Stavros Stefanou, Electrical Engineering, June, 1997.

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Related Theses

 

High Spatial Resolution Bidirection Reflectance Retrieval Using Satellite Data

Cecelia L. McConnon, Space Systems Operations
December 2010
Thesis Advisor: R. C. Olsen
Second Reader: J. H. Newman

 

Predicting Soil Strength with Remote Sensing Data
Jon T. Wende, Space Systems Operations
September 2010
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Co-Advisor: C. Bachmann

 

NDVI and Panchromatic Image Correlation Using Texture Analysis
David A. Jablonski, Space Systems Operations
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Richard K. Arledge, Space Sytems Operations
Ervin B. Hatcher, Space Systems Operations and Information Technology Management
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Thesis Advisor: Daria Siciliano
Co-Advisor: Richard C. Olsen
Second Reader: Glenn Cook