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Classification Methods for Remote Sensed Data

by Brandt Tso

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Technology / Remote Sensing,
  • Earth Sciences - Geography,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Pattern recognition systems,
  • Remote Sensing,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9457629M
    ISBN 100415259088
    ISBN 109780415259088

      Abstract. Supervised classification is the technique most often used for the quantitative analysis of remote sensing image data. At its core is the concept of segmenting the spectral domain into regions that can be associated with the ground cover classes of interest to a particular by: Since the publishing of the first edition of Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data in , the field of pattern recognition has expanded in many new directions that make use of new technologies to capture data and more powerful computers to mine and process it.

    European Journal of Remote Sensing - , Image classification methods Pixel-wise image classification As the classic remote sensing image classification technique, pixel-wise classification methods assume each pixel is pure and typically labeled as a single land use land cover type [Fisher, ; Xu et al., ] (see Tab. 1).Cited by: As the advancement of technology, object-based image classification (OBIA) began to be used as an alternative and improved method of classification techniques in remote sensing since the beginning.

      William Emery, Adriano Camps, in Introduction to Satellite Remote Sensing, The Remote Sensing Process. The underlying basis for most remote sensing methods and systems is simply that of measuring the varying energy and/or frequency levels of a single entity, the fundamental unit in the EM force field known as the will be shown later, variations in photon energies are . Books shelved as remote-sensing: Remote Sensing Digital Image Analysis: An Introduction by John A. Richards, Remote Sensing and GIS by Basudeb Bhatta, Ph.


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Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data, Second Edition Out of Print--Limited Availability. Remote sensing is an integral part of geography, GIS and cartography, used by academics in the field and professionals in all sorts of by: Remote sensing is an integral part of geography, GIS and cartography, used by academics in the field and professionals in all sorts of occupations.

The s saw the development of a range of new methods of classifying remote sensing images and data, Ratings: 0. Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data - CRC Press Book Since the publishing of the first edition of Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data inthe field of pattern recognition has expanded in many new directions that make use of new technologies to capture data and more powerful computers to mine and process it.

Since the publishing of the first edition of Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data inthe field of pattern recognition has expanded in many new directions that make use of new technologies to capture data and more powerful computers to mine and process by: Remote sensing is an integral part of geography, GIS and cartography, used by academics in the field and professionals in all sorts of occupations.

The s saw the development of a range of new methods of classifying remote sensing images and data, both optical imaging and microwave imaging. Provides a Comprehensive Vision of All the Must-Learn Methods. Since the publishing of the first edition of Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data inthe field of pattern recognition has expanded in many new directions that make use of new technologies to capture data and more powerful computers to mine and process it.

Get this from a library. Classification methods for remotely sensed data. Classification Methods for Remote Sensed Data book [Brandt Tso; Paul M Mather] -- The extraction of thematic information from remotely sensed images is a key area of research into applications of remotely sensed data.

This book provides a survey of the various methods available. Remote sensing in the remote and microwave regions --Pattern recognition principles --Artificial neural networks --Support vector machines --Methods based on fuzzy set theory --Decision trees --Texture quantization --Modeling context using markov random fileds --Multisource classification.

The remote sensing techniques have been widespread all over the countries like India, for detecting the land-use/land-cover (LULC) classification, disaster management, natural resource monitoring. with ground truth data. Selection of remotely sensed data Remotely sensed data varies in spatial, spectral, temporal and radiometric resolutions.

In order to get a better image classification, the most suitable sensor data should be selected. The characteristics of remotely sensed data are summarized by Lefsky and Cohen ().

machine classification method is applied to remote sensed data. Two different formats of remote sensed data is considered for the same. The first format is a comma separated value format wherein a classification model is developed to predict whether a specific bird species belongs to Darjeeling area or any other region.

The second format. This literature review suggests that designing a suitable image‐processing procedure is a prerequisite for a successful classification of remotely sensed data into a thematic map. Effective use of multiple features of remotely sensed data and the selection of a suitable classification method are especially significant for improving Cited by: A volume in the Remote Sensing Handbook series, Remotely Sensed Data Characterization, Classification, and Accuracies documents the scientific and methodological advances that have taken place during the last 50 years.

The other two volumes in the series are Land Resources Monitoring, Modeling, and Mapping with Remote Sensing, and Remote Sensing of Water Resources, Disasters. Introduction to Remote Sensing 4. Atmospheric Interactions 5. Surface Material Reflectance 5. Spatial and Radiometric Resolution   Remote sensing is an integral part of geography, GIS and cartography, used by academics in the field and professionals in all sorts of occupations.

The s saw the development of a range of new methods of classifying remote sensing images and data, both optical imaging and microwave by: Classification Methods for Remotely Sensed Data Paul Mather, Brandt Tso This comprehensive emphasizes new methods involved in the extraction of thematic information from remotely sensed images, including neural networks (especially artificial neural networks), fuzzy theory, texture and quantization, and the use of Markov random fields.

Remotely Sensed Data Characterization, Classification, and Accuracies. Land Resources Monitoring, Modeling, and Mapping with Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing of Water Resources, Disasters, and Urban Studies.

"I have had the pleasure and honor to be involved in the field of remote sensing for nearly 50 years. The classification of remote sensing data remains an open and complex problem for the three categories of supervised, semi-supervised, and unsupervised classification methods.

Thus, the development of an efficient classification algorithm remains the main contributor to the quality of decision-making systems. Kernel methods have long been established as effective techniques in the framework of machine learning and pattern recognition, and have now become the standard approach to many remote sensing applications.

With algorithms that combine statistics and geometry, kernel methods have proven successful across many different domains related to the analysis of images of the Earth acquired from.

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What seemed visionary but a decade ago is now being put to use and refined in commercial applications as well as .Remote Sensing Models and Methods for Image Processing. Book • 3rd the spectral statistics of remote-sensing image data are influenced by the topography in the scene and the topographic effect tends to correlate the data among spectral bands along a straight line through the origin of the reflectance scattergram; (2) the spectral.