5 October 2017 Hyperspectral discrimination of camouflaged target
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The article deals with detection of camouflaged objects during winter season. Winter camouflage is a marginal affair in most countries due to short time period of the snow cover. In the geographical condition of Central Europe the winter period with snow occurs less than 1/12 of year. The LWIR or SWIR spectral areas are used for detection of camouflaged objects. For those spectral regions the difference in chemical composition and temperature express in spectral features. Exploitation of the LWIR and SWIR devices is demanding due to their large dimension and expensiveness. Therefore, the article deals with estimation of utilization of VIS region for detecting of camouflaged object on snow background. The multispectral image output for the various spectral filters is simulated. Hyperspectral indices are determined to detect the camouflaged objects in the winter. The multispectral image simulation is based on the hyperspectral datacube obtained in real conditions.
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Vojtěch Bárta, Vojtěch Bárta, František Racek, František Racek, } "Hyperspectral discrimination of camouflaged target ", Proc. SPIE 10432, Target and Background Signatures III, 1043207 (5 October 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2278578; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2278578
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