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Spectral image fusion from compressive measurements


Compressive spectral imagers reduce the number of sampled pixels by coding and combining the spectral information. However, sampling compressed information with simultaneous high spatial and high spectral resolution demands expensive high-resolution sensors. This paper introduces a model allowing data from high spatial/low spectral and low spatial/high spectral resolution compressive sensors to be fused. Based on this model, the compressive fusion process is formulated as an inverse problem that minimizes an objective function defined as the sum of a quadratic data fidelity term and smoothness and sparsity regularization penalties. The parameters of the different sensors are optimized and the choice of an appropriate regularization is studied in order to improve the quality of the high resolution reconstructed images. Simulation results conducted on synthetic and real data, with different compressive sampling imagers, allow the quality of the proposed fusion method to be appreciated.
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hal-02052028 , version 1 (28-02-2019)



Edwin Vargas, Oscar Espitia, Henry Arguello, Jean-Yves Tourneret. Spectral image fusion from compressive measurements. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 2019, 28 (5), pp.2271-2282. ⟨10.1109/TIP.2018.2884081⟩. ⟨hal-02052028⟩
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