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22 August 2000 Quantitative performance of buried mine hyperspectral reflectance signatures (0.35-2.5 μm) in various soils
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This paper present the quantitative detection performance of buried mine reflectance signature sin various soils and burial durations. The spectral signatures including the distribution representing class separation between mines and background is performed. The quantified detection performance is based on single hypothesis test using the distance measure and the thresholding method. This paper uses a subset of the data collected under the Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate sponsored ERIM Hyperspectral Mine Detection Phenomenology data collections. The dat set used was collected with an Analytical Spectral Devices Field Spectrometer at Ft. Carson, and contains about 700 mine, and 600 background signatures with hundreds of bands extending from .35 to 2.5 micrometers .
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Hanna Tran Haskett, Ronald R. Rupp, and Tim Moore "Quantitative performance of buried mine hyperspectral reflectance signatures (0.35-2.5 μm) in various soils", Proc. SPIE 4038, Detection and Remediation Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets V, (22 August 2000);


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