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9.3 shows a cobblestone pavement in different spectral resolutions. Use this
figure to explain why hyperspectral resolution is needed to employ feature based
analysis techniques.
Comparing Figs.
9.4 and 9.1 , it is obvious that the 3-band representation in
Fig. 9.4 contains more differentiated information. What does this mean for an
analysis process based on original and MNF-transformed data? Why is it not
appropriate to employ an MNF-transformation when considering feature based
analysis concepts?
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