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Nonhomogeneous, continuous-time Markov chains defined by series of proportional intensity matrices. properties of non homogeneous, continuous-time Markov Non-Homogeneous Hidden Markov Chain Models for Wavelet-Based Hyperspectral Image Processing Marco F. Duarte and Mario Parente Abstract—We consider the use of non