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Resolution enhancement of Hyperion hyperspectral data using Ikonos multispectral data
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Paper Abstract

We have developed a new and innovative technique for combining a high-spatial-resolution multispectral image with a lower-spatial-resolution hyperspectral image. The approach, called CRISP, compares the spectral information present in the multispectral image to the spectral content in the hyperspectral image and derives a set of equations to approximately transform the multispectral image into a synthetic hyperspectral image. This synthetic hyperspectral image is then recombined with the original low-spatial-resolution hyperspectral image to produce a sharpened product. The result is a product that has the spectral properties of the hyperspectral image at a spatial resolution approaching that of the multispectral image. To test the accuracy of the CRISP method, we applied the method to synthetic data generated from hyperspectral images acquired with an airborne sensor. These high-spatial-resolution images were used to generate both a lower-spatial-resolution hyperspectral data set and a four-band multispectral data set. With this method, it is possible to compare the output of the CRISP process to the 'truth data' (the original scene). In all of these controlled tests, the CRISP product showed both good spectral and visual fidelity, with an RMS error less than one percent when compared to the 'truth' image. We then applied the method to real world imagery collected by the Hyperion sensor on EO-1 as part of the Hurricane Katrina support effort. In addition to multiple Hyperion data sets, both Ikonos and QuickBird data were also acquired over the New Orleans area. Following registration of the data sets, multiple high-spatial-resolution CRISP-generated hyperspectral data sets were created. In this paper, we present the results of this study that shows the utility of the CRISP-sharpened products to form material classification maps at four-meter resolution from space-based hyperspectral data. These products are compared to the equivalent products generated from the source 30m resolution Hyperion data.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 October 2007
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 6749, Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology VII, 67490P (30 October 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.740682
Show Author Affiliations
Edwin M. Winter, Technical Research Associates, Inc. (United States)
Michael E. Winter, Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa (United States)
Scott G. Beaven, Space Computer Corp. (United States)
Anthony J. Ratkowski, Air Force Research Lab. (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6749:
Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology VII
Manfred Ehlers; Ulrich Michel, Editor(s)

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