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On constrained energy minimization and the partial unmixing of multispectral images

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Settle, J. ; Environ. Syst. Sci. Centre, Reading Univ., UK

Constrained energy minimization, a target detection algorithm, sometimes appears to correlate well with fractional abundance. This letter shows that exact correlation with true relative abundance arises when the following conditions hold: underlying mixing is linear, end-members are well separated with respect to random noise, and global abundances are constrained in a particular way

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Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 3 )