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Searching for patterns in remote sensing image databases using neural networks

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Published by Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science, NASA Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Moffett Field, Calif.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Data bases.,
  • Data compression.,
  • Image classification.,
  • Imagery.,
  • Neural nets.,
  • Remote sensing.

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    StatementJustin D. Paola, Robert A. Schowengerdt.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-199549., RIACS technical report -- 95.17., RIACS technical report -- TR 95-17.
    ContributionsSchowengerdt, Robert A., Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15419131M

    30/05/ Neural networks applied to remote sensing data to map environment 8 Purpose of the study: Get a dense grid of gravimetry. Inputs: • Sparse In situ gravimetry dataset • In situ bathymetry (SHOM) • Large scale gravimetry model (as reference). Existing techniques for satellite-based tropical cyclone (TC) intensity estimation involve an explicit feature extraction step to model TC intensity on a set of relevant TC features or patterns such as eye formation and cloud organization. However, crafting such a feature set is often time-consuming and requires expert knowledge. In this paper, a convolutional neural network (CNN) approach.

    Remote Sensing image analysis is mostly done using only spectral information on a pixel by pixel basis. Information captured in neighbouring cells, or information about patterns surrounding the pixel of interest often provides useful supplementary information. This book presents a wide range of innovative and advanced image processing methods for including spatial information, captured by. AReview on Back-Propagation Neural Networks in the Application of Remote Sensing Image Classification 54 feedback connections. Therefore, the connections are bidirectional [4]. The multi-layer perceptron network is a well-known example of a feed-forward network. Whereas, Kohonon’s neural network is an example of a recurrent network.

    This book is a reliable account of the statistical framework for pattern recognition and machine learning. With unparalleled coverage and a wealth of case-studies this book gives valuable insight into both the theory and the enormously diverse applications (which can be found in remote sensing, astrophysics, engineering and medicine, for example).Cited by:   This paper discusses two novel artificial neural network architectures applied to multi-class classification problems of remote-sensing data. These approaches are 1) a spiking-neural-network model for the partitioning of data into clusters, and 2) a neuron model based on complex-valued weights (CVN). In the former model, the learning process is based on the Spike Timing-Dependent .


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Searching for patterns in remote sensing image databases using neural networks Author: Justin D Paola ; Robert A Schowengerdt ; Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science (U.S.).

We have investigated a method, based on a successful neural network multispectral image classification system, of searching for single patterns in remote sensing databases. While defining the pattern to search for and the feature to be used for that search (spectral, spatial, temporal, etc.) is challenging, a more difficult task is selecting competing patterns to train against the desired pattern.

In this paper, we propose a pattern classification method for remote sensing data using both a neural network and knowledge-based processing.

A neural network has the ability to recognize complex patterns, and classifies them to one of the by: Search for patterns/images inside other images using neural networks. Ask Question Asked 4 years, 8 months ago. You need to use convolutional neural networks to achieve it - they dramatically increase effectiveness of work with images.

share | improve this answer. A Novel Neural Network for Remote Sensing Image Matching Abstract: Rapid development of remote sensing (RS) imaging technology makes the acquired images have larger size, higher resolution, and more complex structure, which goes beyond the reach of Cited by: 3.

The information gained from such classification can be used by a computer vision system to assist in image segmentation as well as object identification. In this paper, the use of a neural network model in performing classification of images containing regular textures is by: 1.

Index Terms— Remote sensing images, classification, deep learning, convolutional neural networks. INTRODUCTION Image classification is a recurrent problem in remote sens-ing, aimed at assigning a label to every pixel of an image. Contrary to the image categorization problem (i.e., assigning.

The basic idea is to use domain concepts to build generic description of patterns in remote sensing images, and then use structural approaches to identify such patterns in images.

Index Terms—Convolutional neural networks, remote sensing, land use classification. INTRODUCTION Thanks to the rapid progresses in remote sensing tech-nology, and the reduction of acquisition costs, a large bulk of images of the Earth is readily available nowadays. They are taken from satellites or airplanes, with various imagingCited by: The use of texture analysis as input to a neural network used for classi- fying remote sensing data apparently has not been reported previously in the literature.

CONCEPTUAL BACKGROUND A brief discussion of the texture analysis and neural net concepts applicable to this study is in- cluded here to provide by: When searching for patterns in remote sensing image databases, a different approach is necessary.

Instead of similarity searches between image pairs, a system for mining remote sensing image databases must be able to do similarity searches between patterns found in different images. Therefore, mining remote sensing.

In this paper, the problem of multi-scale geospatial object detection in High Resolution Remote Sensing Images (HRRSI) is tackled. The different flight heights, shooting angles and sizes of geographic objects in the HRRSI lead to large scale variance in geographic objects. Using Convolutional Neural Networks for Image Recognition, IP Group, Cadence Google Scholar Yu, Y., Liu, F.: Dense connectivity based two-stream deep feature fusion framework for aerial scene by: 1.

Neural Networks in Atmospheric Remote Sensing. Authors: William J. Blackwell, MIT Lincoln Laboratory Frederick W. Chen, Signal Systems Corporation. This authoritative reference offers you a comprehensive understanding of the underpinnings and practical applications of artificial neural networks and their use in the retrieval of geophysical.

The semantic segmentation of remote sensing images (RSIs) is important in a variety of applications. Conventional encoder-decoder-based convolutional neural networks (CNNs) use cascade pooling operations to aggregate the semantic information, which results in a loss of localization accuracy and in the preservation of spatial details.

Convolutional Neural Networks for Large-Scale Remote-Sensing Image Classification Abstract: We propose an end-to-end framework for the dense, pixelwise classification of satellite imagery with convolutional neural networks (CNNs).

In our framework, CNNs are directly trained to produce classification maps out of the input images. Cited by:   This paper introduces this special issue which is concerned specifically with the use of neural networks in remote sensing. The feed-forward back-propagation multi-layer perceptron (MLP) is the type of neural network most commonly encountered in remote sensing and is used in many of the papers in this special by: Automatically classifying an image has been a central problem in computer vision for decades.

A plethora of models has been proposed, from handcrafted feature solutions to more sophisticated approaches such as deep learning. The authors address the problem of remote sensing image classification, which is an important problem to many real world by: 5. classifying target objects in remote sensing images of the Earth are solved.

To improve the recognition efficiency, the preparation tools for training samples, optimal configuration and use of deep learning neural networks using high-performance computing technologies have been developed. Conclusions. Neural networks are powerful general purpose computing tools.

They have become popular in the analysis of remotely sensed data, particularly for classification and regression-type problems in which they have often been demonstrated to extract information more accurately than conventional by: 2.

Single-Image Super Resolution for Multispectral Remote Sensing Data Using Convolutional Neural Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright.Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

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Remote sensing tasks belong to data intensive applications as well. Today, remote sensing provides data over a wide range of the electromagnetic spectrum (UV, VIS, NIR, IR, and Radar). The capabilities of the sensors include single band images as well as multi- and even hyperspectral by: 1.