Hyperspectral imaging technology has been broadly applied in remote sensing because it collects echoed signals from across the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum and provides fruitfully helpful information. However, the processing or transformation of high-data-volume hyperspectral images, also viewed as snapshots varying with the EM spectrum, burdens the hardware resources, especially for the high spectral resolution and spatial resolution cases. To tackle this challenge, a novel reduced-order method based on the dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) algorithm is presented here to analyze hyperspectral images. The method decomposes the spatial-spectral hyperspectral images in terms of spatial dynamic modes and corresponding spectral patterns. Then, these spatial-spectral patterns are utilized to recover the raw hyperspectral images. Our proposed approach is benchmarked by the actual hyperspectral images measured at the Salinas scene. It is demonstrated that the proposed approach can represent the hyperspectral images with a low-rank model in spectral dimension. Our proposed approach could provide a useful tool for the model order reduction of hyperspectral images.


Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Open Access

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1755-1315; 1755-1307

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Article - Conference proceedings

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Publication Date

28 Oct 2021