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14 December 2004 Use of hyperspectral remote sensing for detection and monitoring of chemical and biological agents: a survey
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Proceedings Volume 5584, Chemical and Biological Standoff Detection II; (2004) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.582545
Event: Optics East, 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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This paper surveys the potential use of hyperspectral imaging technology for standoff detection of chemical and biological agents in terrorism defense applications. In particular it focuses on the uses of hyperspectral imaging technology to detect and monitor chemical and biological attacks. In so doing it examines current technologies, their advantages and disadvantages, and investigates the possible role of hyperspectral imaging for homeland security applications. The study also addresses and provides applicable solutions for several of the potential challenges that currently create barriers to the full use of hyperspectral technology in the standoff detection of likely available chemical and biological agents.
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Richard B. Gomez and Swarvanu Dasgupta "Use of hyperspectral remote sensing for detection and monitoring of chemical and biological agents: a survey", Proc. SPIE 5584, Chemical and Biological Standoff Detection II, (14 December 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.582545
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