Abstract

Several newly developed methods for expanding the volume of information during the remote probing of the Earth are considered. During the past decade and a half, approaches for the remote probing of the Earth have been used to combine hyperspectral and imaging polarimetric systems in order to obtain a complete seven-dimensional volume of data concerning a scene: two spatial coordinates, spectral coordinates, and four polarization coordinates. This information facilitates the increase of the probability of detection and identification of various objects recorded on a heterogeneous background and under difficult conditions.

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