Specularity Removal from Imaging Spectroscopy Data via Entropy Minimisation
In this paper, we present a method to remove specularities from imaging spectroscopy data. We do this by making use of the dichromatic model so as to cast the problem in a linear regression setting. We do this so as to employ the average radiance for each pixel as a means to map the spectra onto a two-dimensional space. This permits the use of an entropy minimisation approach so as to recover the slope of a line described by a linear regressor. We show how this slope can be used to recover the...[Show more]
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