Definition of hyperspectral imagery

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hyperspectral imagery

'hyperspectral imagery' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Term used to describe the imagery derived from subdividing the electromagnetic spectrum into very narrow bandwidths. These narrow bandwidths may be combined with or subtracted from each other in various ways to form images useful in precise terrain or target analysis. Also called HSI'.

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