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Pluto surface composition from spectral model inversion with metaheuristics

Abstract : The New Horizons mission has returned hyperspectral data for Pluto's surface consisting of complex, not directly modelisable spectra. A radiative transfer model that accurately represents the complexity of the putative surface structure and mix of components poses a high-dimensional inverse problem, with 50-60 independent variables. We develop an efficient resolution method using progressive metaheuristics, and present the most accurate quantitative data on Pluto's surface composition to date.
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Leila R Gabasova, B Schmitt, Nikola K Blanchard, W.M. Grundy, C. B. Olkin, et al.. Pluto surface composition from spectral model inversion with metaheuristics. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019, Sep 2019, Geneve, Switzerland. ⟨hal-03099265⟩

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