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Scene Classification Using High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Data

Scene Classification Using High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Data

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • LAN025000

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11845317M
    ISBN 101423508165
    ISBN 109781423508168

      Furthermore, we examine classification accuracy in cases when small training sets are used. For evaluation purposes, we use an in-house high-resolution aerial image dataset, with images containing visual and near-infrared spectral bands, as well as UC Merced land-use dataset. We achieve the classification rates of over 90 % on in-house by: classification of land-cover features, namely vegetation, soil, water and forests. A principal application of remotely sensed data is to create a classification map of the identifiable or meaningful features or classes of land cover types in a scene [2]. Therefore, the principal product is a thematic map with themes like land use,Cited by:

    resolution. The output is an image that has the high spectral resolution of the multispectral image and also the high spatial resolution of the panchromatic image. In this research two processing have been applied on the image. Firstly PCA fusion technique was used to fuse the panchromatic and multi-spectral band to get high spatial. classification of high spatial resolution remote sensing images. High spatial resolution remote sensing images were firstly segmented and the objects replace the pixels as the minimum processing unit. Object-based image analysis technology is very effective for high spatial resolution remote sensing image classification.

    BUILDING DETECTION IN VERY HIGH RESOLUTION MULTISPECTRAL DATA WITH DEEP LEARNING FEATURES M. Vakalopoulou 1; 2, K. Karantzalos, kis, N. Paragios3 1Remote Sensing Lab., National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece 2Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, Marne-la-Vallee, France 3Center for Visual Computing, Ecole Centrale de Paris, Paris, France File Size: 2MB. The implementation of Deep learning (DL) techniques, Object detection and classification has achieved remarkable results in remote sensing application. Deep learning with Recurrent Neural Network (RNN) technique on hyper-spectral data has been presented here. The only model which can analyze the hyper-spectral pixels as the sequence of information and also to identify the additional.


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Scene Classification Using High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Data Download PDF EPUB FB2

The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: Spectral imagery has traditionally been an important tool for terrain categorization (TERCAT), High-spatial resolution (8-meter), 4-color MSI data from IKONOS provide a new tool for scene classification, The utility of these data are studied for the purpose.

Spectral imagery has traditionally been an important tool for terrain categorization (TERCAT). High-spatial resolution (8-meter), 4-color MSI data from IKONOS. Spectral imagery has traditionally been an important tool for terrain categorization (TERCAT), High-spatial resolution (8-meter), 4-color MSI data from IKONOS provide a new tool for scene.

Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. High-spatial resolution (8-meter), 4-color MSI data from IKONOS provide a new tool for scene classification.

The utility of these data are studied for the purpose of classifying the Elkhorn Slough and surrounding wetlands in central California. The specific goal was to determine to what degree an existing classification map could be replicated using the 4-color imagery.

The existing map was used Author: Jamada J. Garner. This article studies the effect of airborne lidar (surface) elevation data on the classification of multispectral IKONOS images over a coastal area. Scene classification using multiple views for an urban/rural scene was studied. Visible/Near Infrared (VNIR) imagery was acquired over Fresno, Ca, on J using the 4-color Quickbird multi-spectral imager.

Four scenes were acquired at view angles of +60, nadir,and degrees on a descending : Richard Christopher Olsen, Brandt Tso. training data could contaminate the test data, which would artificially inflate classification performance [22,19,25].

This is why it is important to separate training and testing data. In this paper, we introduce a high-resolution (cm GSD) multispectral dataset acquired by an unmanned air-craft system (UAS). It contains 18 unbalanced File Size: 2MB. Abstract: Image fusion combines data from different heterogeneous sources to obtain more precise information about an underlying scene.

Hyperspectral-multispectral (HS-MS) image fusion is currently attracting great interest in remote sensing since it allows the generation of high spatial resolution HS images and circumventing the main limitation of this imaging by: multispectral data is extracted to build a set of spatial fea-tures [2], [8].

But in this letter, all the spectral bands are used to extract the spatial information, after which an unsupervised feature selection approach using the feature similarity index (S-Index) [11], which is a fast and effective algorithm, is employed to select the optimal Size: KB.

Classification of Very High Spatial Resolution Imagery Based on the Fusion of Edge and Multispectral Information Xin Huang, Liangpei Zhang, and Pingxiang Li in high-resolution satellite images was introduced and a set of statistical measures were extracted based on the sub-windows showing the regional line distribution (Unsalan et al., Cited by: To test the proposed method on high spatial resolution multispectral data, two multispectral images were simulated from the APEX data by using the WorldView-3 and IKONOS relative radiometric response functions (Digitalglobe, ).

As the IKONOS sensor has no SWIR bands, we used the simplified water detection version (10).Author: Fen Chen, Xingzhuang Chen, Tim Van de Voorde, Tim Van de Voorde, Dar Roberts, Huajun Jiang, Wenbo Xu.

Abstract: We present a new approach to capture video at high spatial and spectral resolutions using a hybrid camera system. Composed of an RGB video camera, a grayscale video camera and several optical elements, the hybrid camera system simultaneously records two video streams: an RGB video with high spatial resolution, and a multispectral video with low spatial by: Multispectral remote sensing data may contain component images that are heavily corrupted by noise and the pre-filtering (denoising) procedure is often applied to enhance these component images.

To do this, one can use reference images—component images having relatively high quality and that are [ ]. 1 Spectral and Spatial Classification of Hyperspectral Data Using SVMs and Morphological Profiles Mathieu Fauvel∗† Student Member, IEEE, Jon Atli Benediktsson´ † Fellow, IEEE, Jocelyn Chanussot∗ Senior Member, IEEE and Johannes R.

Sveinsson† Senior Member, IEEE ∗GIPSA-LAB, Signal & Image Department, Grenoble Institute of Technology - INPG BP 46 - St Martin d’Heres - FRANCEFile Size: 1MB. A method for automated classification of surface and cloud types using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) radiance measurements has been developed.

The MODIS cloud mask is used to define the training sets. Surface and cloud-type classification is based on the maximum likelihood (ML) classification by: Urban areas feature complex and heterogeneous land covers which create challenging issues for tree species classification.

The increased availability of high spatial resolution multispectral satellite imagery and LiDAR datasets combined with the recent evolution of deep learning within remote sensing for object detection and scene classification, provide promising opportunities to map Cited by: 7.

Tree Species Classification with Random Forest Using Very High Spatial Resolution 8-Band WorldView-2 Satellite Data. Abstract: Tree species diversity is a key parameter to describe forest ecosystems. It is, for example, important for issues such as wildlife habitat modeling and close-to-nature forest management.

This study presents a new STDCNN method for the land-use classification of high spatial resolution (HSR) multispectral remote sensing images. One part of the STDCNN (the transfer DCNN) is transferred from AlexNet and used to deepen the structure of the by: of images in satellite and aerial remote sensing.

Hyperspectral sensors are characterized by the fact that they produce records in a large number of adjacent and narrow lanes thereby providing a very high spectral resolution. In this way, interpretations and analyses can be made of the remote images at the micro-level, highlighting the features.

High spatial resolution remote sensing is an area of considerable current interest and builds on developments in object-based image analysis, commercial high-resolution satellite sensors, and UAVs.

It captures more details through high and very high resolution images (10 to cm/pixel). This unpre.Zeng, Y., Zhang, J., Wang, G., Lin, Z.: Urban landuse classification using integrated airborn laser scanning data and high resolution multispectral imagery, Pecora 15/Land Satellite Information IV/ISPRS Commssion I/FIEOS () Google ScholarCited by: Inferring Urban Land Use from Satellite Sensor Images Using Kernel-Based Spatial Reclassification M.J.

Barnsley and S.L. Barr Abstract Per-pixel classification algorithms are poorly equipped to monitor urban land use in images acquired by the current generation of high spatial resolution satellite sensors.

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