|Authors:||K. E. Themelis, F. Schmidt, O. Sykioti, A. A. Rontogiannis, K. D. Koutroumbas, I. A. Daglis
|Journal:||Planetary and Space Science|
This paper presents a comparative study of three different types of estimators used for supervised linear unmixing of two MEx/OMEGA hyperspectral cubes. The algorithms take into account the constraints of the abundance fractions, in order to get physically interpretable results. Abundance maps show that the Bayesian maximum a posteriori probability (MAP) estimator proposed in Themelis and Rontogiannis (2008) outperforms the other two schemes, offering a compromise between complexity and estimation performance. Thus, the MAP estimator is a candidate algorithm to perform ice and minerals detection on large hyperspectral datasets.