This work presents a spectral matching algorithm of missile plume detection that based on neural network. The radiation value of the characteristic spectrum of the missile tail flame is taken as the input of the network. The network’s structure including the number of nodes and layers is determined according to the number of characteristic spectral bands and missile types. We can get the network weight matrixes and threshold vectors through training the network using training samples, and we can determine the performance of the network through testing the network using the test samples. A small amount of data cause the network has the advantages of simple structure and practicality. Network structure composed of weight matrix and threshold vector can complete task of spectrum matching without large database support. Network can achieve real-time requirements with a small quantity of data. Experiment results show that the algorithm has the ability to match the precise spectrum and strong robustness.
Although sparse representation based classification (SRC) has gained great success, doubts on the necessity of sparse constraint come in recent years. And collaborative representation based classification (CRC) has attracted much attention from researchers in fields of signal processing, image processing and pattern recognition. In this paper, an algorithm called collaborative dictionary learning with structured incoherence (CDLSI) is proposed for collaborative representation based detection (CRD), which can be viewed as a binary classification problem, in hyperspectral imagery (HSI). An inter-class incoherence term is added to make sub-dictionaries to be as independent as possible. During the optimizing procedure, sub-dictionaries are updated atoms-by-atoms with metaface method. Specifically, considering the non-sparse representation of CRC, the coefficients are iteratively optimized with l2 -norm regularization during the coding procedure in CDLSI. Once the sub-dictionaries are obtained, the collaborative representation based technique is then used for detection. The proposed algorithm is applied to several real hyperspectral images for detection. Experimental results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach, and prove the superiority to the traditional algorithms.