This talk will briefly discuss our recent work on developing some approaches to extending the matched subspace detector (MSD) for hyperspectral target detection, in particular the matched interactional subspace detector (MiSD), the matched shrunken subspace detector (MsSD) and the matched shrunken cone detector (MscD). These are joint work with Dr Ziyu Wang, Dr Rui Zhu, Prof Kazuhiro Fukui and Miss Xiaochen Yang.
Dr Jing-Hao Xue received a BEng degree in telecommunication and information systems in 1993 and a DrEng degree in signal and information processing in 1998, both from Tsinghua University. He received an MSc degree in medical imaging and an MSc degree in statistics, both from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 2004, and a PhD degree in statistics from the University of Glasgow in 2008. He has worked in the Department of Statistical Science at University College London since 2008, as a Lecturer and then Senior Lecturer. Currently he is also a Turing Fellow in the Alan Turing Institute. His research interests include statistical classification, high-dimensional data analysis, pattern recognition and image analysis.