Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Data Recovery via Adaptive Window Matching Method

Yiliang Zeng, Jinhui Lan, Chuanzhao Han, Libo Jiang, Xuefei Shi


HJ-1A satellite is often used to monitor environmental disaster and plays an important role in environmental changes. Because of the affection of various factors, certain band of HJ-1A hyperspectral remote sensing data is severe loss or distortion, which brings great difficulties for subsequent quantitative processing. A novel adaptive window matching algorithm, which can adjust intelligently size of matching window according to different local feature information of the image, is proposed for HJ-1A satellite hyperspectral data recovery in this paper. The results show that the adaptive matching algorithm has a more superior performance than other algorithms in image quality index, column mean curve, and image correlation coefficient.


hyperspectral;data recovery; adaptive matching; wavelet analysis

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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