*  IN VITRO DETERMINATION OF ANALYTE LEVELS WITHIN BODY FLUIDS - Patent application
titled Tunable Narrow-Band Filter for LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging. The entire contents of this article are hereby incorporated ... 0164] In one embodiment, the filter 230 is capable of cycling its passband among a variety of narrow spectral bands or a ... band of wavelengths to pass therethrough. These wavelengths/bands are selected to highlight or isolate the absorptive effects ... At its narrow end 22a, the cross-section of the collimator 22 is a rectangle of about 0.4 inches by 0.6 inches. At its wide end ...
  http://www.patentsencyclopedia.com/app/20110300619
*  Spectral Sensing and Imaging - CPI Computational Physics, Inc.
Tunable Narrow-Band Filter For LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging, J.T. Daly, A. Bodkin, W. Schneller, R. Kerr, J. Noto, R. Haren, M. ... Tunable Narrow-Band Filter For LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 3948 (2000) p.104-115 ... He has more than 25 years of experience in optical research and development, focused on narrow-band spectroscopy and ... Spectral Sensing and Imaging Lead. Dr. John Noto serves as the CPI New England Vice President. He founded Scientific Solutions ...
  http://192.34.62.129/cpi-solutions/spectral-sensing-imaging/
*  PROBA - Wikipedia
It is a hyperspectral system (200 narrow bands) that image at 30 m, plus three in the visible that have 15 m resolution. With ... This small (40×60×80 cm; 95 kg) boxlike system, with solar panel collectors on its surface, has remarkable image-making ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PROBA
*  Hyperspectral imaging - Wikipedia
Landsat is an excellent example of multispectral imaging. Hyperspectral deals with imaging narrow spectral bands over a ... Multispectral imaging deals with several images at discrete and somewhat narrow bands. Being "discrete and somewhat narrow" is ... Figuratively speaking, hyperspectral sensors collect information as a set of 'images'. Each image represents a narrow ... Hyperspectral imaging measures contiguous spectral bands, as opposed to multispectral imaging which measures spaced spectral ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperspectral_imaging
*  Frontiers | High Throughput In vivo Analysis of Plant Leaf Chemical Properties Using Hyperspectral Imaging | Plant Science
Plants were imaged on an automated conveyor belt system using a hyperspectral imager with a spectral range from 550 to 1700 nm ... Plants were imaged on an automated conveyor belt system using a hyperspectral imager with a spectral range from 550 to 1700 nm ... Na and B were the only two properties that hyperspectral imaging was not able to quantify satisfactorily (R2 , 0.3 and RPD , ... The objective of this study was to investigate the utility of hyperspectral imaging for quantifying chemical properties of ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2017.01348/full
*  Books 1
Hyperspectral imaging sensors collect two-dimensional image data in a number of narrow, adjacent spectral bands. Hyperspectral ... Chapter 7: Hyperspectral Image Analysis for Skin Tumor Detection. This chapter presents hyperspectral imaging of fluorescence ... Mutual information is used to perform images fusion. This is computed from two images entropy and their joint entropy. ... and hyperspectral bands. Nevertheless, the book is not only devoted to infrared technologies as stated in its title. It would ...
  http://www.iapr.org/members/newsletter/Newsletter10-02/index_files/Page361.htm
*  Remote sensing - Wikipedia
Hyperspectral imaging produces an image where each pixel has full spectral information with imaging narrow spectral bands over ... Image Analysis is the recently developed automated computer-aided application which is in increasing use. Object-Based Image ... As of the early 1990s, most satellite images are sold fully georeferenced. In addition, images may need to be radiometrically ... Hyperspectral IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Imagery Analysis Imaging Science Land cover List of Earth observation ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_sensing
*  Reconfigurable imaging system - Patent # 7518097 - PatentGenius
... imaging metrics, an image storage depository, and a reconfigurable sensor device that can be present at the same location. A ... elements and imaging elements that are selected in a desired combination and orientation to capture desired image frames from a ... imaging technique can be employed to obtain an enhanced image. The system is applicable to industrial, medical and military use ... The selectable optical and imaging elements are provided with actuating devices to move and translate the selected optical and ...
  http://www.patentgenius.com/patent/7518097.html
*  Regularization in Hyperspectral Unmixing | (2016) | Bhatt | Publications | Spie
These sensors acquire a set of coregistered images of a scene with hundreds of narrow and contiguous bands covering the visible ... Hyperspectral unmixing has the objective of quantifying the reflectance properties of different materials on the Earth. It ... Regularization in Hyperspectral Unmixing Author(s): Jignesh S. Bhatt; Manjunath V. Joshi ... It discusses least-squares, total-least squares, and Markov random-field-based frameworks to unmix hyperspectral data. ...
  http://www.spie.org/Publications/Book/2264037?origin_id=x109925
*  Ph.D. Gallery
... or hyperspectral sensor captures images of high spectral resolution by dividing the light spectrum into many narrow bands. With ... The aim of image registration is to compute a mapping from one image's frame of reference to another's, such that both images ... However, cardiac motion is a challenging problem in 3-D imaging, which leads to severe imaging artifacts in the 3-D image. ... and the involved image data may be noisy, furnished with image reconstruction artifacts, or rendered with occluded image ...
  http://www5.cs.fau.de/phd-gallery/
*  Patent US20050017177 - Apparatus and method for sensing electromagnetic radiation using a tunable ... - Google Patents
The cavity resonance also enables us to achieve a desirable wavelength band (wavebin) as narrow as 0.03 μm Full Width Half ... This is sufficient for hyperspectral imaging A-FPA. The tuning characteristics of the bolometer is shown in FIG. 11. . When the ... Moreover, a single-chip adaptive multispectral and/or hyperspectral imaging (MSI/HSI) system can be realized. The ability to ... and multispectral/hyperspectral imaging (MSI/HIS) on a chip has been proposed according to an embodiment of the present ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US20050017177?dq=5,867,764
*  Chemical imaging - Wikipedia
Hyperspectral imaging measures contiguous spectral bands, as opposed to multispectral imaging which measures spaced spectral ... The MIR absorption bands tend to be relatively narrow and well-resolved; direct spectral interpretation is often possible by an ... multivariate hyperspectral image analysis Perception System; in-line hyperspectral imaging for industry Multispectral image ... FECOM - Object Imaging Systems Perception Park - Industrial Hyperspectral Imaging E. N. Lewis, P. J. Treado, I. W. Levin, Near- ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_imaging
*  Photon etc. - Wikipedia
2006). "The imaging Bragg tunable filter: a new path to integral field spectroscopy and narrow band imaging". Proc. SPIE 6269, ... Luminescence Imaging of Extended Defects in SiC via Hyperspectral Imaging. Silicon carbide and related materials 2011, PTS2, ... This technique combines spectroscopy and imaging : each image is acquired on a narrow band of wavelength (as small as 0.3 nm). ... the company was founded in 2003 by Sébastien Blais-Ouellette who was working on narrow band imaging tunable filters for the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photon_etc.
*  Remote Sensing Center - Wikipedia
A subset of spectral imagery, hyperspectral imaging data, is produced when "solar electromagnetic energy reflected from the ... earth's surface is dispersed into many contiguous narrow spectral bands by an airborne spectrometer" (Stefanou, 1997, p. 2). ... and airborne hyperspectral imaging (HSI) systems including AVIRIS, HYDICE, CASI, and HYMAP. Classification and analysis, ... Depth Analysis Of Midway Atoll Using Quickbird Multi-Spectral Imaging Over Variable Substrates Mark A. Camacho-Lieutenant, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_Sensing_Center
*  Assessment of multispectral and hyperspectral imaging systems for digitisation of a Russian icon | Heritage Science | Full Text
... and three were Nikon cameras with external narrow-band transmission filters. The illumination system was different in each case ... RP collected and analysed hyperspectral image data in his lab in France; MO and JS collected and analysed hyperspectral image ... J Imaging Sci Technol. 2005;49(6):563-73.Google Scholar. *. Kubik M. Hyperspectral Imaging: a new technique for the non- ... The hyperspectral imaging instrument at IFAC-CNR is a good example of state-of-the-art spectral imaging with illumination ...
  https://heritagesciencejournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40494-017-0154-1
*  UPSC IAS Prelims 2015 General Studies Paper - 1[ With detailed Solution Citing source from where the question was asked ]
Hyperspectral imaging produces an image where each pixel has full spectral information with imaging narrow spectral bands over ... Hyperspectral imagers are used in various applications including mineralogy, biology, defence, and environmental measurements. ...
  http://www.xaam.in/2015/12/upsc-ias-prelims-2015-general-studies.html
*  Volume hologram - Wikipedia
With the help of such filters also high-power laser diodes become narrow-band and less temperature sensitive. Imaging ... Volume holograms are used as tunable optical filters to produce monochromatic images, also known as hyperspectral imaging. ... a new path to integral field spectroscopy and narrow band imaging. Full text here. ... where the wavelength selectivity of volume holograms is used to narrow the spectral emission of semiconductor lasers. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volume_hologram
*  OSA | Speeding up Raman spectral imaging by the three-dimensional low rank estimation method
Optimization of advanced Wiener estimation methods for Raman reconstruction from narrow-band measurements in the presence of ... High-speed hyperspectral Raman imaging for label-free compositional microanalysis Ji Qi, Jingting Li, and Wei-Chuan Shih. ... 3 Spectra of (a) the control Raman images, (b1) the test Raman images, (b2) the 3D-LRE Raman images, (b3) the FFT Raman images ... H. Y. Zhang, W. He, L. P. Zhang, H. F. Shen, and Q. Q. Yuan, "Hyperspectral Image Restoration Using Low-Rank Matrix Recovery," ...
  https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-26-1-525
*  Optical sorting - Wikipedia
... hyperspectral systems can divide light into hundreds of narrow bands over a continuous range that covers a vast portion of the ... a new generation of sorters that feature multispectral and hyperspectral imaging systems are being developed. Like trichromatic ... The image processing system compares objects to user-defined accept/reject thresholds to classify objects and actuate the ... Once the sensors capture the object's response to the energy source, image processing takes over to manipulate the raw data to ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_sorting
*  OSA | Light Field Imaging Spectrometer: Conceptual Design and Simulated Performance
We present a snapshot imaging spectrometer using a light field camera combined with an array of narrow-band spectral filters. ... Light Field Imaging Spectrometer: Conceptual Design and Simulated Performance Zhiliang Zhou, Yan Yuan, and Bin Xiangli ... Z. Zhou, Y. Yuan, and B. Xiangli, "Light Field Imaging Spectrometer: Conceptual Design and Simulated Performance," in Frontiers ... From the session Sensing in Higher Dimensions -- Theory and Hardware for Computational Imaging II (FThM) ...
  https://www.osapublishing.org/abstract.cfm?uri=FiO-2010-FThM3
*  Search | Preprints
... multispectral and hyperspectral imaging; absorption filters; imaging simulation; color reproduction; spectral reconstruction ... that contain a large number of bands with very narrow gap in the spectral domain. Inspired by the clustering characteristic of ... Gravitation-Based Edge Detection for Hyperspectral Images. Genyun Sun, Aizhu Zhang, Jinchang Ren, Jingsheng Ma, Peng Wang, ... Remote Sensing Image Registration Using Multiple Image Features. Kun Yang, Anning Pan, Yang Yang, Su Zhang, Sim Heng Ong, ...
  https://www.preprints.org/search?action=search&field=authors&search=Xiaoye+Zhang
*  CTRQ 2012 Program
Investigating the Effect of Bit Depth Rescaling on Spectral Bands Cross-Correlation in Hyperspectral DataCube. Ayman Mahmoud ... Narrowband Uplink Transmission in LTE-based Satellite Radio Interface. Hee Wook Kim, Kunseok Kang, Bon-Jun Ku ... Image rotation rectification in steroscopic 3D on multi-core architectures. Ivan Velciov, Cormac Brick, Marius Predut, Valentin ... A Raptor-based Adaptive Erasure Code over Ka-band Space Channel. Jie Zhou, Jian Jiao, Zhi-hua Yang, Shu-shi Gu, Qin-yu Zhang ...
  http://www.iaria.org/conferences2012/ProgramCTRQ12.html
*  Category: Space - IDST - International Defence, Security and Technology
However, Hyperspectral remote sensing sensors have the ability to a view hundreds of electromagnetic bands for a single image, ... in many narrow spectral bands from visible, near infrared, medium infrared to thermal infrared. Hyperspectral sensors capture ... Hyperspectral satellites. The Electro-optical devices like cameras and infrared sensors that generally observe only one band in ... Hyperspectral imaging have ability to observe objects which conceal their emissions in one part of the spectrum like stealth ...
  http://idstch.com/home5/category/international-defence-security-and-technology/space/?print=print-search
*  Spectral Imaging » Industrial Monitoring and Control
... by measuring radiance at each of these narrow bands. By looking at the spectral signature we are able to view information about ... Isn't hyperspectral imaging expensive?. Not always! IMC have an in-house hyperspectral imaging camera, along with numerous high ... What is spectral imaging? The human eye sees visible light in three bands (red, green, and blue), this is similar to how ... Spectral imaging works differently by dividing the spectrum into many more bands - sometimes hundreds. It preserves the scenes ...
  http://imcontrol.com.au/solutions/spectral-imaging/
*  Image enhancement based on |italic|in vivo|/italic| hyperspectral gastroscopic images: a case study
... as the bands would be selected according to the specific disease and would have FWHMs narrower than those in conventional white ... First image is conventional color image, while others are images from HS image cube for gastric ulcer, individually centered at ... and the other images in the image cube, make the image that has the minimum θ. DI. be the third main component W. 3. . ... hyperspectral images of different types of stomach disease mucosa. Then, depending on a specific object, an appropriate band ...
  https://www.spiedigitallibrary.org/journals/journal-of-biomedical-optics/volume-21/issue-10/101412/Image-enhancement-based-on-in-vivo-hyperspectral-gastroscopic-images/10.1117/1.JBO.21.10.101412.full