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4 October 2020 IEEE P4001: Towards a standard for push-broom hyperspectral imagers
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Hyperspectral imaging is an innovative and exciting technology that holds incredible diagnostic, scientific and categorization power. Current industry innovation is a testament to the creative power and imagination of the diverse community seeking to optimize this technology. However, fundamental instrument performance is not consistently well characterized, well understood or well represented to suit distinct application endeavors or commercial market expectations. Establishing a common language, technical specification, testing criteria, task-specific recommendations and common data formats are essential to allowing this technology to achieve its true altruistic and economic market potential. In 2018 the IEEE P4001 was formed to facilitate consistent use of terminology, characterization methods and data structures. This talk is a progress report to inform the hyperspectral community of the status of the work to date, the interconnection with other standards and outline the roadmap.
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John R. Gilchrist, Christopher N. Durell, and David W. Allen "IEEE P4001: Towards a standard for push-broom hyperspectral imagers", Proc. SPIE 11576, Hyperspectral Imaging and Applications, 115760E (4 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2585141
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