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Fig. 7.1 Results of the optimization-based fusion of the urban image cube from the Hyperion.
a Grayscale fused image, and b RGB fused image (©2012 IEEE, Ref: [90])
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Fig. 7.2 Results of the optimization-based fusion of the moffett 2 image cube from the AVIRIS.
a Grayscale fused image, and b RGB fused image (©2012 IEEE, Ref: [90])
output, it makes the features in the data quite apparent with a high value of contrast.
An RGB version of the output is shown in Fig. 7.2 b. This image has been generated
by three independently fused non-overlapping subsets of the moffett 2 data. In both
the cases, we have demonstrated the RGB results using a simple strategy—partition
the input data sequentially along the wavelength into three groups having nearly an
equal number of bands. Contiguity of wavelength during visualization is important as
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