Prof. Parente and students present at WHISPERS 2013

Professor Mario Parente and students Neda Rohani and Arun Saranathan presented three papers at the 5th Workshop on Hyperspectral Imaging and Signal Processing - Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS), June 25-28, 2013 in Gainesville, FL.  They include "Graph-based Identification of Boundary Points for Anomaly Detection" by Rohani and Parente, "Threshold-based Segmentation Method for Hyperspectral Images" by Saranathan and Parente and "A New Semantic Wavelet-Based Spectral Representation," co-authored with Prof. Marco Duarte.  The aim of the WHISPERS workshop is to bring together all people involved in hyperspectral data processing. Prior editions of WHISPERS were held in France, Portugal, Iceland, and China.  Learn more about research in hyperspectral imaging here