Effective use of multiple features of remotely sensed data and the selection of a suitable classification method are especially significant for improving classification accuracy. Strahler et al. The major steps of image classification may include determination of a suitable classification system, selection of training samples, image preprocessing, feature extraction, selection of suitable classification approaches, post‐classification processing, and accuracy assessment. 2001, Lu et al. 2001, Du et al. Hutchinson (1982) discussed the strengths and limitations of remote‐sensing and GIS data integration. Effectively using these relationships in a classification procedure has proven effective in improving classification accuracy. Fuzzy contextual classification of multisource remote sensing images. 2003). 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. Synergistic use lidar and color aerial photography for mapping urban parcel imperviousness. (2012)drew attention to the public by getting a top-5 error rate of 15.3% outperforming the previous best one with an accuracy of 26.2% using a SIFT model. Resolution enhancement of multispectral image data to improve classification accuracy. In summary, the error matrix approach is the most common accuracy assessment approach for categorical classes. An iterative approach to partially supervised classification problems. In addition to errors from the classification itself, other sources of errors, such as position errors resulting from the registration, interpretation errors, and poor quality of training or test samples, all affect classification accuracy. However, most techniques used by early researchers proved to be less effective or costly. Frequency‐based contextual classification and gray‐level vector reduction for land‐use identification. In particular, the neural network approach has been widely adopted in recent years. Classification of digital image texture using variograms. 1994, Wang and Civco 1994), knowledge‐based techniques (Srinivasan and Richards 1990, Amarsaikhan and Douglas 2004), fuzzy contextual classification (Binaghi et al. However, the scarce availability of human experts and the fatigue and rough estimate procedures involved with them limit the … Rationale and conceptual framework for classification approaches to assess forest resources and properties. For example, Landsat TM images have a limited number of spectral bands with broad wavelengths, which may be difficult for distinguishing subtle changes in the Earth's surface. 2004). Subpixel classification approaches have been developed to provide a more appropriate representation and accurate area estimation of land covers than per‐pixel approaches, especially when coarse spatial resolution data are used (Foody and Cox 1994, Binaghi et al. Data fusion or integration of multisensor or multiresolution data takes advantage of the strengths of distinct image data for improvement of visual interpretation and quantitative analysis. A hybrid approach to urban land use/cover mapping using Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) images. nonlinearity, randomness, balancedness etc.). More research, however, is needed to identify and reduce uncertainties in the image‐processing chain to improve classification accuracy. Some advanced techniques use laser imaging, fluorescent imaging, and spectroscopy for defect detection. Classification of SPOT HRV imagery and texture features. Spectral shape classification of Landsat Thematic Mapper imagery. Land cover discrimination potential of radar multitemporal series and optical multispectral images in a Mediterranean cultural landscape. Classification of alpine vegetation using Landsat Thematic Mapper, SPOT HRV and DEM data. Choice of a classification algorithm is generally based upon a number of factors, among which are availability of software, ease of use, and performance, measured here by overall classification accuracy. 2001). However, per‐field classifications are often affected by such factors as the spectral and spatial properties of remotely sensed data, the size and shape of the fields, the definition of field boundaries, and the land‐cover classes chosen (Janssen and Molenaar 1995). colour composite, intensity‐hue‐saturation or IHS, and luminance‐chrominance), statistical/numerical methods (e.g. Therefore, it is not discussed here. 1988, Ekstrand 1996, Richter 1997, Gu and Gillespie 1998, Dymond and Shepherd 1999, Tokola et al. The multilayer perceptron is the most popular type of neural network in image classification (Atkinson and Tatnall 1997). 1999, DeFries and Chan 2000, Lawrence et al. In general, three levels of data fusion can be identified (Gong 1994)—pixel (Luo and Kay 1989), feature (Jimenez et al. The influence of fuzzy set theory on the areal extent of thematic map classes. 1997, 1999) have been used for classification of multisource data. For example, Lunetta and Balogh (1999) compared single‐ and two‐date Landsat 5 TM images (spring leaf‐on and fall leaf‐off images) for a wetland mapping in Maryland, USA and Delaware, USA and found that multitemporal images provided better classification accuracies than single‐date imagery alone. Multiresolution wavelet decomposition image merger of Landsat Thematic Mapper and SPOT panchromatic data. In recent years, many advanced classification approaches, such as artificial neural networks, fuzzy‐sets, and expert systems, have been widely applied for image classification. scale of information such as hyperspectral images and eliminating redundant features (bands) is quite important for computation time and target classification/detection performance. Global land cover classification at 8 km spatial resolution: the use of training data derived from Landsat imagery in decision tree classifiers. The difficulty in handling the dichotomy between vector and raster data models affects the extensive use of the per‐field classification approach. Accurate registration between the two datasets is extremely important for precisely extracting information contents from both datasets, especially for line features, such as roads and rivers. A neural network land use classifier for SAR images using textural and fractal information. Experimental results show that the new system has significantly improved the performance when compared to a similar system using threshold binary images as inputs. Monitoring the composition of urban environments based on the vegetation‐impervious surface‐soil (VIS) model by subpixel analysis techniques. A hierarchical methodology framework for multisource data fusion in vegetation classification. Last, but not least, high spatial resolution imagery is much more expensive and requires much more time to implement data analysis than medium spatial resolution images. 1990, Franklin 2001). In practice, the spatial resolution of the remotely sensed data, use of ancillary data, the classification system, the available software, and the analyst's experience may all affect the decision of selecting a classifier. These techniques have been used in decision trees (Friedl et al. Making full use of these characteristics is an effective way to improve classification accuracy. Comparing MODIS and ETM+ data for regional and global land classification. 2000, Lloyd et al. Fusion of image classification using Bayesian techniques with Markov random fields. Merging multi‐resolution SPOT HRV and Landsat TM data. Feature selection for classification of polar regions using a fuzzy expert system. Thus, expert knowledge can be developed based on the relationships between housing or population densities and urban land‐use classes to help separate recreational grass from pasture and crops. Classification of Mediterranean crops with multisensor data: per‐pixel versus per‐object statistics and image segmentation. 1994, Flygare 1997, Sharma and Sarkar 1998, Keuchel et al. On the nature of models in remote sensing. Two types of classification are supervised classification and unsupervised classification. Variance estimates and confidence intervals for the Kappa measure of classification accuracy. 2003, Pal and Mather 2003, Erbek et al. Statistical significance and normalized confusion matrices. An assessment of the effectiveness of decision tree methods for land cover classification. Maximum likelihood, minimum distance, artificial neural network, decision tree classifier. Among the different types of neural networks(others include recurrent neural networks (RNN), long short term memory (LSTM), artificial neural networks (ANN), etc. ... have achieved success in the image classification problem, as the defined nature of CNN matches the data point distribution in the image. To search for a relevant image from an archive is a challenging research problem for computer vision research commu… Gong et al. A comparison of spatial feature extraction algorithms for land‐use classification with SPOT HRV data. Impacts of topographic normalization on land‐cover classification accuracy. Effects of forest succession on texture in Landsat Thematic Mapper imagery. Graphic analysis (e.g. Literature survey. Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only. 2001, Lu and Weng 2004). The integration of spectral and textural information using neural networks for land cover mapping in the Mediterranean. Data fusion and feature extraction in the wavelet domain. It evaluates each pixel spectrum as a linear combination of a set of endmember spectra (Adams et al. Multi‐scale fractal analysis of image texture and pattern. bar graph spectral plots, co‐spectral mean vector plots, two‐dimensional feature space plot, and ellipse plots) and statistical methods (e.g. 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. 2004, Pal and Mather 2004, South et al. An evaluation of some factors affecting the accuracy of classification by an artificial neural network. Spatial variation in land cover and choice of spatial resolution for remote sensing. There is great diversity in document image classifiers: they differ in the problems they solve, in the use of training data to construct class models, and in the choice of document features and classification algorithms. If different ancillary data are used, data conversion among different sources or formats and quality evaluation of these data are also necessary before they can be incorporated into a classification procedure. In this paper, a CNN system embedded with an extracted hashing feature is proposed for HSI classification that utilizes the semantic information of … Classification by progressive generalization: a new automated methodology for remote sensing multispectral data. Measuring the physical composition of urban morphology using multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis. 2003, van der Sande et al. A sufficient number of training samples and their representativeness are critical for image classifications (Hubert‐Moy et al. 2004). The resulting signature contains the contributions of all materials present in the training‐set pixels, ignoring the mixed pixel problems. IHS transformation was identified to be the most frequently used method for improving visual display of multisensor data (Welch and Ehlers 1987), but the IHS approach can only employ three image bands, and the resultant image may not be suitable for further quantitative analysis such as classification. This paper examines current practices, problems, and prospects of image classification. Improved urban land cover mapping using multitemporal IKONOS images for local government planning. Much previous research has indicated that non‐parametric classifiers may provide better classification results than parametric classifiers in complex landscapes (Paola and Schowengerdt 1995, Foody 2002b). Fuzzy ARTMAP supervised classification of multi‐spectral remotely‐sensed images. When the landscape of a study area is complex and heterogeneous, selecting sufficient training samples becomes difficult. Table 3 summarizes major research efforts for improving classification accuracy by using different characteristics of remote‐sensing data. LITERATURE SURVEY Following table shows the literature survey: Table 1 Review of papers Sr. No Title Author Name and year of publication Techniques Used 1 Leaf Disease Severity Measurement Using Image Processing Sanjay B. Patil et al./ International Journal … (1998), the first deep learning model published by A. Krizhevsky et al. INTRODUCTION One of the global problems that affect everyone and all living things is garbage. 1998a, Shimabukuro et al. The difficulty in identifying suitable textures and the computation cost for calculating textures limit the extensive use of textures in image classification, especially in a large area. In addition to object‐oriented and per‐field classifications, contextual classifiers have also been developed to cope with the problem of intraclass spectral variations (Gong and Howarth 1992, Kartikeyan et al. One of the approaches is to develop knowledge‐based classifications based on the spatial distribution pattern of land‐cover classes and selected ancillary data. Topographic normalization of Landsat Thematic Mapper digital imagery. A detailed description of sampling techniques can be found in previous literature such as Stehman and Czaplewski (1998) and Congalton and Green (1999). Classification of multisource remote sensing imagery using a genetic algorithm and Markov random fields. A Literature Survey on Digital Image Processing Techniques in Character Recognition of Indian Languages Dr. Jangala. 2003, Small 2004). Although much previous research and some books are specifically concerned with image classification (Tso and Mather 2001, Landgrebe 2003), a comprehensive up‐to‐date review of classification approaches and techniques is not available. 2002a, Guerschman et al. Textural and contextual land‐cover classification using single and multiple classifier systems. 1995, Lunetta and Balogh 1999, Oetter et al. Literature review: Paper [1] presents classification and detection techniques that can be used for plant leaf disease classification. Distinguishing urban land‐use categories in fine spatial resolution land‐cover data using a graph‐based, structural pattern recognition system. With non‐parametric classifiers, the assumption of a normal distribution of the dataset is not required. Since multiple sources of sensor data are now readily available, image analysts have more choices to select suitable remotely sensed data for a specific study. It is necessary for future research to develop guidelines on the applicability and capability of major classification algorithms. Synergy in remote sensing—what's in a pixel? 2003). View angle effects on canopy reflectance and spectral mixture analysis of coniferous forests using AVIRIS. Alternative criteria for defining fuzzy boundaries based on fuzzy classification of aerial photographs and satellite images. 2002). Quality assurance and accuracy assessment of information derived from remotely sensed data. 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. Automatic land cover analysis for Tenerife by supervised classification using remotely sensed data. 1999a,b, Dean and Smith 2003). However, the variation in the dimensionality of a dataset and the characteristics of training and testing sets may lessen the accuracy of image classification (Foody and Arora 1997). A segmentation approach to classification of remote sensing imagery. 1990, Jensen 1996, Landgrebe 2003). (1998) proposed six criteria: accuracy, reproducibility, robustness, ability to fully use the information content of the data, uniform applicability, and objectiveness. 2002, Podest and Saatchi 2002, Butusov 2003). The effects of spatial resolution on the classification of Thematic Mapper data. Literature Survey There are a lot of researches in the way of visual features extraction: for example texture 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. Medical image understanding is generally performed by skilled medical professionals. Evaluating the uncertainty of area estimates derived from fuzzy land‐cover classification. This paper examines current practices, problems, and prospects of image classification. A framework for selecting appropriate remotely sensed data dimensions for environmental monitoring and management. The spectral value of each pixel is assumed to be a linear or non‐linear combination of defined pure materials (or endmembers), providing proportional membership of each pixel to each endmember. After generation of an error matrix, other important accuracy assessment elements, such as overall accuracy, omission error, commission error, and kappa coefficient, can be derived. Principal component analysis is often used for data fusion because it can produce an output that can better preserve the spectral integrity of the input dataset. The proposed contextual multitemporal classification scheme consists of two stages of multilayer perceptron (MLP) neural networks for each single-time image of the multitemporal sequence. Design and analysis for thematic map accuracy assessment: fundamental principles. The heterogeneity in complex landscapes results in high spectral variation within the same land‐cover class. Mapping deciduous forest ice storm damage using Landsat and environmental data. 2004, Gitas et al. Subpixel features, such as fraction images of SMA or fuzzy membership information, have been used in image classification. 2004). The size of ground objects relative to the spatial resolution of a sensor is directly related to image variance (Woodcock and Strahler 1987). Knowledge‐based techniques for multisource classification. When multisource data are used in a classification, parametric classification algorithms such as MLC are typically not appropriate. A majority filter is often applied to reduce the noises. 2003, Zhang and Wang 2003, Wang et al. 1998a). Mapping subalpine forest types using networks of nearest neighbor classifiers. GIS and remote sensing integration for environmental applications. Spectral features are the most important information for image classification. In this literature survey, we have briefly introduced a number of typical DL models that may be used to perform RS image classification, including: CNNs, SAEs and DBNs. Toward intelligent training of supervised image classifications: directing training data acquisition for SVM classification. mean vector and covariance matrix) generated from the training samples are representative. Remote sensing of urban/suburban infrastructure and socioeconomic attributes. Integration of remote sensing with geographic information systems: a necessary evolution. 1997, Cortijo and de la Blanca 1998, Kartikeyan et al. Landsat TM) (Yocky 1996, Shaban and Dikshit 2002) in order to enhance the information contents from both datasets. Remote sensing and geographic information systems: towards integrated spatial information processing. Pure spectral information is used in image classification. Crisp and fuzzy competitive learning networks for supervised classification of multispectral IRS scenes. 3099067 A quantitative method to test for consistency and correctness in photo interpretation. ICA mixture models for unsupervised classification of non‐gaussian classes and automatic context switching in blind signal separation. 1995, Roberts et al. 1989, Hinton 1999): (1) separated GIS and image analysis systems with data exchange, (2) ‘seamlessly’ interwoven systems with a shared user interface and various forms of tandem processing, and (3) a totally integrated system. 2004). The effect of training strategies on supervised classification at different spatial resolution. 1998a, Mustard and Sunshine 1999, Lu et al. The emphasis is placed on the summarization of major advanced classification approaches and the techniques used for improving classification accuracy. A critical step is to develop the rules that can be used in an expert system or a knowledge‐based classification approach. Non‐parametric classifiers are thus especially suitable for the incorporation of non‐spectral data into a classification procedure. 1997, Gahegan and Ehlers 2000, Crosetto et al. 2003, Magnussen et al. They work phenomenally well on computer vision tasks like image classification, object detection, image recogniti… Digital remote sensing data and their characteristics. Deforestation in north‐central Yucatan (1985–1995): mapping secondary succession of forest and agricultural land use in Sotuta using the cosine of the angle concept. Many potential variables may be used in image classification, including spectral signatures, vegetation indices, transformed images, textural or contextual information, multitemporal images, multisensor images, and ancillary data. Examining the effect of spatial resolution and texture window size on classification accuracy: an urban environment case. An atmospheric correction method for the automatic retrieval of surface reflectance from TM images. Evidential reasoning with Landsat TM, DEM and GIS data for land cover classification in support of grizzly bear habitat mapping. Utilizing geometric attributes of spatial information to improve digital image classification. 2004). In practice, a comparison of different combinations of selected variables is often implemented, and a good reference dataset is vital. Medical image data is formed by pixels that correspond to a part of a physical object and produced by imaging modalities. 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