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17 June 1996 Preprocessing for the digital airborne imaging spectrometer DAIS 7915
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The digital airborne imaging spectrometer DAIS 7915 is a new hyperspectral scanner developed for scientific and commercial applications. The design of the sensor makes a dedicated preprocessing necessary, prior to any data evaluation. Therefore, a facility is being developed at DLR to fulfill the needs of operational preprocessing. Besides that this facility is used for continuous quality control to support the hardware team in improving the performance of the instrument. The implementation of the software and the algorithms currently used are presented in this paper.
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Peter Strobl, Rudolf Richter, Frank Lehmann, Andreas A. Mueller, Boris Zhukov, and Dieter Oertel "Preprocessing for the digital airborne imaging spectrometer DAIS 7915", Proc. SPIE 2758, Algorithms for Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imagery II, (17 June 1996);


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