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Système d'analyse et de visualisation d'images hyperspectrales appliqué aux sciences planétaires

Abstract : Hyperspectral imaging is used for studying planets and the universe. It is used to drive a large variety of investigations such as remote sensing and characterizing planetary surfaces. The number of satellites and space probes equipped by imaging spectrometer is increasing. The scientific community therefore faces an exponential increase of the number of datasets and their size. These images require sophisticated and e cient analysis algorithms for their treatment. This is the context in which the Vahine project is borned and it is in this project that this report was realized. The goal is to provide the community with an open source software allowing handling and processing of these images. This software require the development of treatment algorithms (classification, inversion...) but also the realization of a visualization interface.
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Ludovic Mercier. Système d'analyse et de visualisation d'images hyperspectrales appliqué aux sciences planétaires. Vision par ordinateur et reconnaissance de formes [cs.CV]. 2011. ⟨dumas-00592170⟩

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