Intelligent Image Analysis


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Intelligent Image Analysis
1010503Intelligent Image AnalysisAll the image classification methods covered in the preceding chapters have one limitation in common: they rely solely on the evidences derived from the image itself, be it spectral or spatial. No external knowledge is involved in the decision making. Although context is partially considered in object-oriented image classification, this evidence is not explicitly spelled out for all land covers to be mapped. Background knowledge of the identity of pixels in the input image, such as spatial location and association in a scene, is ignored during classification. This differs from the human interpreter w…
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Jay Gao: Digital Analysis of Remotely Sensed Imagery. Intelligent Image Analysis, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export