This article presents a change-detection approach for multispectral remote-sensing images. In our approach, we first exploit a wavelet-based, multi-resolution representation of the difference image. For each resolution scale, the multispectral difference image representation is considered
as a 2-D Riemannian manifold embedded into a Riemannian manifold with a higher dimensionality. The integrated active contour (IAC) model is then applied to the multiband difference image representation to obtain a change-detection map at a given scale. In order to select a reasonable scale
for each pixel, a measurement of regional homogeneity is defined by comparing the determinant of the metric with the average value of the metric’s determinant. For a single pixel, the final change-detection result is generated by selecting the change map on a reasonable scale. Experimental
results obtained on multispectral remote-sensing images confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach, although the time consumption of the approach is somewhat high. Our experiment achieved total error rates of 3.41%, 1.00%, and 1.95% for three data sets, which are comparable to other
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National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Multi-spectral Information Processing, School of Automation, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 430074, Wuhan, China