16 October 1998 Multispectral thermal imaging
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Many remote sensing applications rely on imaging spectrometry. Here we use imaging spectrometry for thermal and multispectral signatures measured from a satellite platform enhanced with a combination of accurate calibrations and on-board data for correcting atmospheric distortions. Our approach is supported by physics-based end- to-end modeling and analysis, which permits a cost-effective balance between various hardware and software aspects.
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Paul G. Weber, Paul G. Weber, Steven C. Bender, Steven C. Bender, Christoph C. Borel, Christoph C. Borel, William B. Clodius, William B. Clodius, Alfred J. Garrett, Alfred J. Garrett, R. Rex Kay, R. Rex Kay, Malcolm M. Pendergast, Malcolm M. Pendergast, Barham W. Smith, Barham W. Smith, } "Multispectral thermal imaging", Proc. SPIE 3438, Imaging Spectrometry IV, (16 October 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.328118; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.328118
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