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In some situations it can make sense to directly design a model „by hand“. For example: to emulate the behavior of a VIS camera, color filter curves can be defined as a model and applied to VIS spectra.


The user defines a model in an XML-Style file and imports the file as new model.

User Interface

Work Flow

  • Create a model file in an XML format (e.g. *.fltp, see Import/Export of a CCI Model) and save it.
  • Start a project.
  • Select your model.
  • You can now change the scaling to be based on the whole cube or only the selected spectra. Further, you can specify if the scaling is applied uniformly of for each channel separately.
  • Please take note that the model will be stretched/compressed to the spectral range upon import.

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Page: Applying models from 3rd party software (Manuals)
... Export and e.g. Matlab Scripts. Import the model(s) into the Perception Studio program and design a CCI model from it see CCI Design Method. Apply the model(s) to your measurement data and verify the quality of the model(s ...
Jun 04, 2020
Page: Quantitative Analysis of Ibuprofen Pills (Manuals)
... autoscale); Step 4 Import and apply the model in Studio To load and to apply user designed models, the CCIDesign method can be used. Switch to CCIDesign in Perception Studios Model perspective. Import the Matlab ... ...
Nov 26, 2020
Page: Model Hyperspectral Information (Manuals)
... Method: unsupervised method showing spectroscopic differences in different colors. CCI Extract Method: extraction based on variance information. CCI Correlate Method: correlation of pure substances CCI Constrain Method: constraining colors CCI Design Method: design ...
May 27, 2020


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