Matrix cofactorization for joint spatial-spectral unmixing of hyperspectral images

by   Adrien Lagrange, et al.

Hyperspectral unmixing aims at identifying a set of elementary spectra and the corresponding mixture coefficients for each pixel of an image. As the elementary spectra correspond to the reflectance spectra of real materials, they are often very correlated yielding an ill-conditioned problem. To enrich the model and to reduce ambiguity due to the high correlation, it is common to introduce spatial information to complement the spectral information. The most common way to introduce spatial information is to rely on a spatial regularization of the abundance maps. In this paper, instead of considering a simple but limited regularization process, spatial information is directly incorporated through the newly proposed context of spatial unmixing. Contextual features are extracted for each pixel and this additional set of observations is decomposed according to a linear model. Finally the spatial and spectral observations are unmixed jointly through a cofactorization model. In particular, this model introduces a coupling term used to identify clusters of shared spatial and spectral signatures. An evaluation of the proposed method is conducted on synthetic and real data and shows that results are accurate and also very meaningful since they describe both spatially and spectrally the various areas of the scene.


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