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Hyperspectral camera system: acquisition and analysis.

Gavin Brelstaff, C. Alejandro Parraga, Tom Troscianko, Derek Carr
SPIE - Human vision, visual processing and digital displays. Geographic information systems, photogrammetry, and geological/geophysical remote sensing., Volume 2587, page 150--159 - 1995
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A low-cost, portable, video-camera system built by University of Bristol for the UK-DRA, RARDE Fort Halstead, permits in-field acquisition of terrestrial hyper-spectral image sets. Each set is captured as a sequence of thirty-one images through a set of different interference filters which span the visible spectrum, at 10 nm intervals: effectively providing a spectrogram of 256 by 256 pixels. The system is customized from off-the-shelf components. A database of twenty-nine hyper-spectral images sets was acquired and analyzed as a sample of natural environment. We report the manifest information capacity with respect to spatial and optical frequency drawing implications for management of hyper-spectral data and visual processing.

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@InProceedings\{BPT1995,
  author       = "Gavin Brelstaff and C. Alejandro Parraga and Tom Troscianko and Derek Carr",
  title        = "Hyperspectral camera system: acquisition and analysis.",
  booktitle    = "SPIE - Human vision, visual processing and digital displays. Geographic information systems, photogrammetry, and geological/geophysical remote sensing.",
  volume       = "2587",
  pages        = "150--159",
  year         = "1995",
  publisher    = "SPIE",
  abstract     = "A low-cost, portable, video-camera system built by University of Bristol for the UK-DRA, RARDE Fort Halstead, permits in-field acquisition of terrestrial hyper-spectral image sets. Each set is captured as a sequence of thirty-one images through a set of different interference filters which span the visible spectrum, at 10 nm intervals: effectively providing a spectrogram of 256 by 256 pixels. The system is customized from off-the-shelf components. A database of twenty-nine hyper-spectral images sets was acquired and analyzed as a sample of natural environment. We report the manifest information capacity with respect to spatial and optical frequency drawing implications for management of hyper-spectral data and visual processing.",
  url          = "http://cat.uab.es/Public/Publications/1995/BPT1995"
}

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