Comparison of Unsupervised Band Selection Methods for Hyperspectral Imaging
Different methods have been proposed in order to deal with the huge amount of information that hyperspectral applications involve. This paper presents a comparison of some of the methods proposed for band selection. A relevant and recent set of methods have been selected that cover the main tendencies in this field. Moreover, a variant of an existing method is also introduced in this work. The comparison criterion used is based on pixel classification tasks.
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