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Fig. 10.5 Results of visual-
ization of the coral data from
the Hyperion using a the bilat-
eral filtering-based technique,
b the Bayesian technique, c the
variational technique, d the
optimization-based technique,
e the three band selection
technique, f the piecewise
linear function technique, and
g the color matching function
variational technique also provides a fusion result similar to that of the optimization-
based technique, however, it appears less sharper as we have imposed a smoothness
constraint on the fusion output. Thus, the edges and boundaries of various objects get
slightly blurred. The outcome of the optimization-based technique appears visually
different due to the color assignment. However, it does not reflect on the quality of
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