Biehl, L, Landgrebe, D (2002). MultiSpec - a tool for multispectral-hyperspectral image data analysis. COMPUTERS & GEOSCIENCES, 28(10), 1153-1159.
MultiSpec is a multispectral image data analysis software application. it is intended to provide a fast, easy-to-use means for analysis of multispectral image data, such as that from the Landsat, SPOT, MODIS or IKONOS series of Earth observational satellites, hyperspectral data such as that from the Airborne Visible Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) and EO-1 Hyperion satellite system or the data that will be produced by the next generation of Earth observational sensors. The primary purpose for the system was to make new, otherwise complex analysis tools available to the general Earth science community. It has also found use in displaying and analyzing many other types of non-space related digital imagery, such as medical image data and in K-12 and university level educational activities. MultiSpec has been implemented for both the Apple Macintosh(R) and Microsoft Windows(R) operating systems-(OS). The effort was first begun on the Macintosh OS in 1988. The GLOBE (http://www.globe.gov) program supported the development of a subset of MultiSpec for the Windows OS in 1995. Since then most (but not all) of the features in the Macintosh OS version have been ported to the Windows OS version. Although copyrighted, MultiSpec with its documentation is distributed without charge. The Macintosh and Windows versions and documentation on its use are available from the World Wide Web at URL: http://dynamo.een.purdue.edu/similar tobiehl/MultiSpec/ MultiSpec is copyrighted (1991-2001) by Purdue Research Foundation, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.