literature survey on image classification

mean vector and covariance matrix) are often generated from training samples. 1999), and decision (Benediktsson and Kanellopoulos 1999). Rotational transformation of remotely sensed data for land use classification. In reality, no classification algorithm can satisfy all these requirements nor be applicable to all studies, due to different environmental settings and datasets used. Assessment of the effectiveness of support vector machines for hyperspectral data. CNNs have broken the mold and ascended the throne to become the state-of-the-art computer vision technique. Meanwhile, many authors, such as Congalton (1991), Janssen and van der Wel (1994), Smits et al. Classification of multisource and hyperspectral data based on decision fusion. The parameters (e.g. I. Many methods have been developed to integrate spectral and spatial information in previous literature (Gong 1994, Pohl and Van Genderen 1998, Chen and Stow 2003). Impacts of topographic normalization on land‐cover classification accuracy. Classification approaches may vary with different types of remote‐sensing data. Table 1 provides brief descriptions of these categories. Evaluation of the merging of SPOT multispectral and panchromatic data for classification of an urban environment. four bands in SPOT data and seven for Landsat TM), to a medium number of multispectral bands (e.g. 2001, Asner and Heidebrecht 2002, Lobell et al. As contextual‐based and object‐oriented classification approaches have been discussed previously, the following only focuses on the use of textures in image classification. Topographic normalization of Landsat Thematic Mapper digital imagery. This is because land‐cover distribution is related to topography. However, the accuracy may not meet the requirement of research because of the impact of the mixed pixel problem. Remote‐sensing classification is a complex process and requires consideration of many factors. Finally it has shown that Semi-Supervised Biased Maximum Margin Analysis classifies the images more accurately even if they contain blurry or noisy image. 2004). The vector data are often used to subdivide an image into parcels, and classification is based on the parcels, avoiding the spectral variation inherent in the same class. This paper examines current practices, problems, and prospects of image classification. Remotely sensed data, including both airborne and spaceborne sensor data, vary in spatial, radiometric, spectral, and temporal resolutions. II. 1997), and neural networks (Foody 1999, Kulkarni and Lulla 1999, Mannan and Ray 2003). 2004). 1990, Kartikeyan et al. Correction of atmospheric and topographic effects for high spatial resolution satellite imagery. 2004, Pal and Mather 2004, South et al. DeFries and Chan (2000) suggested the use of multiple criteria to evaluate the suitability of algorithms. Contextual classification of Landsat TM images to forest inventory cover types. View angle effects on canopy reflectance and spectral mixture analysis of coniferous forests using AVIRIS. The process of image classification involves two steps, training of the system followed by testing. A multi‐spectral classification algorithm for classifying parcels in an agricultural region. 2001, Foody and Atkinson 2002). As various sensor data with different resolutions emerge, remote sensing/GIS integration may provide new insights in image classification for its capability in handling the scale issue. An integrated approach to land cover classification: an example in the Island of Jersey. A comparison of methods for multi‐class support vector machines. 2004). Continuous emergence of new classification algorithms and techniques in recent years necessitates such a review, which will be highly valuable for guiding or selecting a suitable classification procedure for a specific study. It evaluates each pixel spectrum as a linear combination of a set of endmember spectra (Adams et al. In this paper, a CNN system embedded with an extracted hashing feature is proposed for HSI classification that utilizes the semantic information of … Thematic Mapper bandpass solar exoatmospheric irradiances. 1990, Jensen 1996, Landgrebe 2003). Traditional per‐pixel classifiers typically develop a signature by combining the spectra of all training‐set pixels for a given feature. GIS plays an important role in per‐field classification, integrating raster and vector data in a classification. A comparative study of different classifiers is often conducted to find the best classification result for a specific study (Zhuang et al. Ancillary data, such as topography, soil, road, and census data, may be combined with remotely sensed data to improve classification performance. Statistical significance and normalized confusion matrices. Knowledge formulation for supervised evidential classification. Understanding the relationships between the classification stages, identifying the weakest links in the image‐processing chain, and then devoting efforts to improving them are keys to a successful image classification (Friedl et al. On the slope‐aspect correction of multispectral scanner data. 2000, Schmidt et al. (2003) summarized three methods employed to build rules for image classification: (1) explicitly eliciting knowledge and rules from experts and then refining the rules, (2) implicitly extracting variables and rules using cognitive methods, and (3) empirically generating rules from observed data with automatic induction methods. making use of image processing, pattern recognition and some automatic classification tools. Evaluating the degree of fuzziness of thematic maps with a generalized entropy function: a methodological outlook. However, even with the most widely used texture information, there is still much uncertainty in the determination of texture measures, image channel, window size, and other parameters. 2004). Frequency‐based contextual classification and gray‐level vector reduction for land‐use identification. Influence of topography on forest reflectance using Landsat Thematic Mapper and digital terrain data. Due to the complexity of biophysical environments, spectral confusion is common among land‐cover classes. 2001, Shaban and Dikshit 2001, Narasimha Rao et al. 2003) and is especially important for improving area estimation of land‐cover classes based on coarse spatial resolution data. Accuracy assessments of hyperspectral waveband performance for vegetation analysis applications. 1998a, Shimabukuro et al. Topographic normalization in rugged terrain. 2004b). A supervised contextual classifier based on a region‐growth algorithm. (1999), and Foody (2002b), have conducted reviews on classification accuracy assessment. 1993, Franklin et al. Uncertainty propagation in models driven by remotely sensed data. 2001, Lu and Weng 2004). However, difficulties still exist in data integration due to the differences in data structures, data types, spatial resolution, geometric characteristics, and the levels of generation (Wang and Howarth 1994). For example, the limitation of remote‐sensing data in spatial and radiometric resolutions and the atmospheric conditions at the image acquisition time may cause uncertainty of remotely sensed data per se. 1998a, Rashed et al. In the research of image classification for transmission line icing image, the feature image is used to represent the images and classification, and the classification research on multi-feature image is transformed into decision problem, and then apply the D-S evidence theory to realize image classification for the multi-feature transmission line icing image. A detailed description of atmospheric and topographic correction is beyond the scope of this paper. 1990, Meyer et al. For vegetation classification in mountainous areas, the integration of DEM‐related data and remotely sensed data has been proven effective for improving classification accuracy (Senoo et al. Discriminating green vegetation, non‐photosynthetic vegetation, and soils in AVIRIS data. 1995, Atkinson et al. Those four different categories are Pre-processing, Segmentation, Optimization, and feature extraction. 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. 1998b, Rashed et al. 2000, Wu and Linders 2000). The effect of training strategies on supervised classification at different spatial resolution. Texture classification using features derived from random field models. Due to the heterogeneity of landscapes and the limitation in spatial resolution of remote‐sensing imagery, mixed pixels are common in medium and coarse spatial resolution data. As discussed previously, remote‐sensing data have many unique spatial, spectral, radiometric, temporal and polarization characteristics. Multisource spatial data integration: problems and some solutions. 2004). In contrast, when image data are anomalously distributed, neural network and decision tree classifiers may demonstrate a better classification result (Pal and Mather 2003, Lu et al. Remote‐sensing data are more uniform than ancillary data, which vary in data format, accuracy, spatial resolution, and coordinate systems. Comparison of maximum likelihood classification method with supervised artificial neural network algorithms for land use activities. 2004). Traditional per‐pixel classifiers may lead to ‘salt and pepper’ effects in classification maps. 2. The heterogeneity in complex landscapes results in high spectral variation within the same land‐cover class. Improved urban land cover mapping using multitemporal IKONOS images for local government planning. A new supervised classification method for quantitative analysis of remotely sensed multi‐spectral data. Following the introduction, from two main perspectives, pixel‐wise image classification and scene‐wise image classification, we have systematically reviewed the state‐of‐the‐art DL approaches for RS image … Evaluation of uncertainties caused by the use of multisource data is becoming an important research topic. Artificial neural network, decision tree classifier, evidential reasoning, support vector machine, expert system. Spatial information may be used in different ways, such as in contextual‐based or object‐oriented classification approaches, or classifications with textures. The classification of late seral forests in the Pacific Northwest USA using Landsat ETM+ imagery. The integration of spectral and textural information using neural networks for land cover mapping in the Mediterranean. Keywords - Convolution Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Image Processing, Segregation, Support Vector Machine, Waste Classification. For a particular study, it is often difficult to identify the best classifier due to the lack of a guideline for selection and the availability of suitable classification algorithms to hand. Wavelet transform and spectral mixture analysis have also been used in recent years (Roberts et al. Utilizing geometric attributes of spatial information to improve digital image classification. In many cases, a hierarchical classification system is adopted to take different conditions into account. Uncertainty research in GIS has made good progress in the past decade, but in remote sensing, it had not obtained sufficient attention until recent years (Mowrer and Congalton 2000, Hunsaker et al. Whether spatial information is used or not. Previous research indicated that integration of Landsat TM and radar (Ban 2003, Haack et al. Remote sensing image analysis using a neural network and knowledge‐based processing. Spectral texture for improved class discrimination in complex terrain. 1998a, Mustard and Sunshine 1999, Lu et al. Two stages are involved in an object‐oriented classification: image segmentation and classification. Spatial resolution determines the level of spatial detail that can be observed on the Earth's surface. Supervised image classification by MLP and RBF neural networks with and without an exhaustively defined set of classes. A comparative study of some non‐parametric spectral classifiers: application to problems with high‐overlapping training sets. Per‐field classification approaches are most suitable for fine spatial resolution data. 2003), but the large volume of data often generates a challenge for image processing and classification. The radiometric normalization of multitemporal Thematic Mapper imagery of the midlands of Ireland—a case study. 1990, Adams et al. nonlinearity, randomness, balancedness etc.). The study of uncertainty will be an important topic in the future research of image classification. Section 3 focuses on the proposed work, while Section 4 … Forestry applications using imaging radar. The use of different seasons of remotely sensed data has proven useful for improving classification accuracy, especially for crop and vegetation classification (Brisco and Brown 1995, Wolter et al. This also demonstrates the robustness of the proposed system.© (1994) COPYRIGHT SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering. On the other hand, the complexity of forest stand structure and associated canopy shadows may lead to DN saturation, especially in optical‐sensed data (Steininger 2000, Lu et al. The parametric classifiers assume that a normally distributed dataset exists, and that the statistical parameters (e.g. Maximum likelihood, minimum distance, artificial neural network. arithmetic combination, principal component analysis, high pass filtering, regression variable substitution, canonical variable substitution, component substitution, and wavelets), and various combinations of these methods were examined. Theory and methods for accuracy assessment of thematic maps using fuzzy sets. LITERATURE SURVEY Andre Esteva, et. In this paper, the PHMM is extended to directly recognize poorly-printed gray-level document images. Integration of remote sensing with geographic information systems: a necessary evolution. The error matrix approach is only suitable for ‘hard’ classification, assuming that the map categories are mutually exclusive and exhaustive and that each location belongs to a single category. 1994, Wang and Civco 1994), knowledge‐based techniques (Srinivasan and Richards 1990, Amarsaikhan and Douglas 2004), fuzzy contextual classification (Binaghi et al. Fuzzy neural network models for supervised classification: multispectral image analysis. 2002, Podest and Saatchi 2002, Narasimha Rao et al. 1994, Augusteijn et al. Accuracy assessment based on error matrix is the most commonly employed approach for evaluating per‐pixel classification, while fuzzy approaches are gaining attention for assessing fuzzy classification results. 2002, Simone et al. The influence of fuzzy set theory on the areal extent of thematic map classes. Segmentation of multispectral remote sensing images using active support vector machines. Maximizing land cover classification accuracies produced by decision trees at continental to global scales. This famous model, the so-called “AlexNet” is what c… Reusing back‐propagating artificial neural network for land cover classification in tropical savannahs. An evaluation of per‐parcel land cover mapping using maximum likelihood class probabilities. Classification of digital image texture using variograms. Literature Survey There are a lot of researches in the way of visual features extraction: for example texture Design and analysis for thematic map accuracy assessment: fundamental principles. Using Landsat spatial relationships to improve estimates of land‐cover area from coarse resolution remote sensing. Per‐field classification: an example using SPOT HRV imagery. Land cover classes are defined. As spaceborne hyperspectral data such as EO‐1 Hyperion become available, research and applications with hyperspectral data will increase. A linear constrained distance‐based discriminant analysis for hyperspectral image classification. 1995, Hoffbeck and Landgrebe 1996, Platt and Goetz 2004, Thenkabail et al. No prior definitions of the classes are used. Data fusion involves two major procedures: (1) geometrical co‐registration of two datasets and (2) mixture of spectral and spatial information contents to generate a new dataset that contains the enhanced information from both datasets. Image fusion techniques for remote sensing applications. Spectral unmixing of hyperspectral imagery for mineral exploration: comparison of results from SFSI and AVIRIS. 2004, Gitas et al. For example, elevation, slope, and aspect are related to vegetation distribution in mountainous regions. Land cover classification in the Argentine Pampas using multitemporal Landsat TM data. No GIS vector data are used. Accuracy assessment of satellite derived land‐cover data: a review. GIS is an essential tool to implement pre‐processing procedures before data integration, such as conversion of data format and coordinate systems, data interpolation, and evaluation of data quality. When the landscape of a study area is complex and heterogeneous, selecting sufficient training samples becomes difficult. Moreover, the combination of different classification approaches has shown to be helpful for improvement of classification accuracy (Benediktsson and Kanellopoulos 1999, Steele 2000, Lunetta et al. Classification trees: an alternative to traditional land cover classifiers. One of the approaches is to develop knowledge‐based classifications based on the spatial distribution pattern of land‐cover classes and selected ancillary data. Image‐based atmospheric corrections—revisited and improved. Selection of a suitable sampling strategy is a critical step (Congalton 1991). In order to have better image classification a suitable RS data needs to be collected, which depends upon strength and weakness of generally may be based on single pixel, seed or sensor data. We convert all of the images in ALL-IDB1 dataset from RGB format to grayscale image. Hutchinson (1982) discussed the strengths and limitations of remote‐sensing and GIS data integration. Under this circumstance, a combination of spectral and texture information can reduce this problem and per‐field or object‐oriented classification algorithms outperform per‐pixel classifiers. What remote sensing system should be used to collect the data? (1996) broadly divided data fusion methods into four categories: statistical, fuzzy logic, evidential reasoning, and neural network. The output of SMA is typically presented in the form of fraction images, with one image for each endmember spectrum, representing the area proportions of the endmembers within the pixel. image classification is the automatic allocation of image to thematic classes [1]. The large number of spectral bands provides the potential to derive detailed information on the nature and properties of different surface materials on the ground, but the bands also create difficulty in image processing and high data redundancy due to high correlation in the adjacent bands. Optimum band selection for supervised classification of multispectral data. Temporal resolution refers to the time interval in which a satellite revisits the same location. Effective use of multiple features of remotely sensed data and the selection of a suitable classification method are especially significant for improving classification accuracy. 2004). Books by Tso and Mather (2001) and Landgrebe (2003) specifically focus on image‐processing approaches and classification algorithms. 2002, Neville et al. Presentation Outline • INTRODUCTION • LITERATURE SURVEY • EXAMPLES • METHADOLOGY • EXPERIMENTS • RESULTS • CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK • REFERENCES 3. The long‐wavelength radar data can penetrate the canopy structure to a certain depth and can provide information on vegetation stand structures (Leckie 1998, Santos et al. A survey of image classification methods .... 5. This is a simple method but it has applicability to simply creating more data. Experimental results on three publicly available databases show that the proposed approach outperforms facial image classification based on a single facial representation and on other facial region combination schemes. 2004, Lu et al. 1995, Robert et al. The recognition rate improves from 97.7% in binary system to 99.9% in gray-level with modified N-best search, over a testing set with similar blur and noise condition as the training set. However, a gap in performance has been brought by using neural networks. The first stage is a one-hidden layer MLP whose role is to estimate the single-time posterior probability of each class, given the feature vector. In 2016, a performance comparison was conducted by Asri et al. Readers who wish to have a detailed description of a specific classification approach should refer to cited references. At a continental or global scale, coarse spatial resolution data such as AVHRR, MODIS, and SPOT Vegetation are preferable. Estimating the Kappa coefficient and its variance under stratified random sampling. Multisensor image fusion in remote sensing: concepts, methods, and applications. 2003, Herold et al. 1995, Roberts et al. Franklin and Peddle (1990) found that textures based on a grey‐level co‐occurrence matrix (GLCM) and spectral features of a SPOT HRV image improved the overall classification accuracy. These techniques have been used in decision trees (Friedl et al. Dai and Khorram (1998) presented a hierarchical data fusion system for vegetation classification. 5 Howick Place | London | SW1P 1WG. The user's need determines the nature of classification and the scale of the study area, thus affecting the selection of suitable spatial resolution of remotely sensed data. images has created the need for efficient and intelligent schemes for image classification. This is particularly useful for areas such as moist tropical regions, where adverse atmospheric conditions regularly occur. The emphasis is placed on the summarization of major advanced classification … Comparison of algorithms for classifying Swedish land cover using Landsat TM and ERS‐1 SAR data. The foci of this paper are on providing a summarization of major advanced classification methods and techniques used for improving classification accuracy, and on discussing important issues affecting the success of image classifications. No statistical parameters are needed to separate image classes. Non‐parametric classifiers are thus especially suitable for the incorporation of non‐spectral data into a classification procedure. When multisource data are used in a classification, parametric classification algorithms such as MLC are typically not appropriate. Remote sensing methods in medium spatial resolution satellite data land cover classification of large areas. neural network, decision tree), have their own strengths and limitations (Tso and Mather 2001, Franklin et al. The success of an image classification depends on many factors. Integration of classification methods for improvement of land‐cover map accuracy. Uncertainty and confidence in land cover classification using a hybrid classifier approach. IKONOS imagery for resource management: tree cover, impervious surfaces, and riparian buffer analyses in the mid‐Atlantic region. A survey of medical image classification techniques Abstract: Medical informatics is the study that combines two medical data sources: biomedical record and imaging data. Use of multiple features of remotely sensed data, 6. Instead, data related to human systems such as population distribution and road density are frequently incorporated in urban classifications (Mesev 1998, Epstein et al. ASTER with 14 bands and MODIS with 36 bands), and to hyperspectral data (e.g. Imaging spectroscopy: interpretation based on spectral mixture analysis. Delineation of forest/nonforest land use classes using nearest neighbor methods. Similarly, geometric rectification or image registration between multisource data may lead to position uncertainty, while the algorithms used for calibrating atmospheric or topographic effects may cause radiometric errors. 1998, Lu et al. In contrast, hyperspectral images with a substantially large number of bands and with narrow wavelengths may improve classification accuracy (Jimenez et al. Land use classification with textural analysis and the aggregation technique using multi‐temporal JERS‐1 L‐band SAR images. In recent times, with cutting edge developments in artificial intelligence, sensor technologies, and cognitive science, researc… A majority filter is often applied to reduce the noises. Decomposition image merger of Landsat Thematic Mapper imagery area mapping of Creus Cape Spain using. The image images as inputs designed as follows: section 2 details a Survey... 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