Multi-scale information extraction from high resolution remote sensing imagery and region partition methods based on GMRF-SVM
This paper proposes the work flow of multi-scale information extraction from high resolution remote sensing images based on features: rough classification - parcel unit extraction (subtle segmentation) - expression of features - intelligent illation - information extraction or target recognition. This paper then analyses its theoretical and practical significance for information extraction from enormous amounts of data on a large scale. Based on the spectrum and texture of images, this paper presents a region partition method for high resolution remote sensing images based on Gaussian Markov Random Field (GMRF)-Support Vector Machine (SVM), that is the image classification based on GMRF-SVM. This method integrates the advantages of GMRF-based texture classification and SVM-based pattern recognition with small samples and makes it convenient to utilize a priori knowledge. Finally, the paper reports tests on Ikonos images. The experimental results show that the method used here is superior to GMRF-based segmentation in terms of both the time expenditure and processing effect. In addition, it is actually meaningful for the stage of information extraction and target recognition.
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Document Type: Research Article
The State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, IGSNRR, CAS, Beijing, PR China,The Institute of Remote Sensing Application, CAS, Beijing 100101, PR China
The State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, IGSNRR, CAS, Beijing, PR China
The Institute of Remote Sensing Application, CAS, Beijing 100101, PR China
Publication date: 2007-01-01
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