@Article{CSIAM-AM-3-109, author = {Fangfang and Xu and and 22465 and and Fangfang Xu and Yating and Wang and and 22466 and and Yating Wang and Yanyan and Li and and 22467 and and Yanyan Li and Lu and Liu and and 22468 and and Lu Liu and Tonghua and Tian and and 22469 and and Tonghua Tian}, title = {Gradient Type Methods for Linear Hyperspectral Unmixing}, journal = {CSIAM Transactions on Applied Mathematics}, year = {2022}, volume = {3}, number = {1}, pages = {109--132}, abstract = {

Hyperspectral unmixing (HU) plays an important role in terrain classification, agricultural monitoring, mineral recognition and quantification, and military surveillance. The existing model of the linear HU requires the observed vector to be a linear combination of the vertices. Due to the presence of noise, or any other perturbation source, we relax this linear constraint and penalize it to the objective function. The obtained model is solved by a sequence of gradient type steps which contain a projection onto the simplex constraint. We propose two gradient type algorithms for the linear HU, which can find vertices of the minimum volume simplex containing the observed hyper-spectral vectors. When the number of given pixels is huge, the computational time and complexity are so large that solving HU efficiently is usually challenging. A key observation is that our objective function is a summation of many similar simple functions. Then the computational time and complexity can be reduced by selecting a small portion of data points randomly. Furthermore, a stochastic variance reduction strategy is used. Preliminary numerical results showed that our new algorithms outperformed state-of-the-art algorithms on both synthetic and real data.

}, issn = {2708-0579}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.4208/csiam-am.SO-2021-0001}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/csiam-am/20291.html} }