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9 May 2005 Hyperspectral characterization of the adjustable nano-coating systems
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Nano-coatings with adjustable optical features is one of the revolutionary technologies of today. In this work, we investigate how hyperspectral imaging can detect adjustable nano-surfaces used, for example, for active camouflage. The distinct attributes of the nano-coating spectra are discussed. Fast algorithms of utilizing hyperspectral information for recognizing these attributes are suggested. The research applies to both recognizing the camouflaged objects and to building unrecognizable camouflage technology. In the context of tracking active camouflage, the identification of characteristic spectral attributes is especially important. Active spectra can constantly change, therefore confusing traditional hyperspectral classification. In contrast, the identified general spectral attributes stay the same allowing for robust identification and reliable tracking of the camouflaged objects.
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Marina V. A. Murzina, J. Paul Farrell, Oleg A. Aktsipetrov, and Tatyana V. Murzina "Hyperspectral characterization of the adjustable nano-coating systems", Proc. SPIE 5769, Nondestructive Detection and Measurement for Homeland Security III, (9 May 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.598877
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