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Hyperspectral image classification based on adaptive segmentation
Wu, Yinhua; Hu, Bingliang; Gao, Xiaohui; Wei, Ruyi
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Object-based hyperspectral image classification (OBHIC) converts the basic unit from ‘pixel’ to ‘object’ by image segmentation, in order to take advantage of the spatial distribution law of geographical substances, as well as increase classification performances. However, it involves the problem of scale selection, i.e. the segmentation parameters are set manually by empirical values. In this paper, a novel OBHIC algorithm based on adaptive segmentation is proposed. Here, hyperspectral images (HSIs) are first segmented through a new segmentation scheme with constraint ability, and the thresholds for segmentation are calculated adaptively by utilizing training samples. And then K-nearest neighbor algorithm (KNN) is applied to classify the centers of each region after segmentation. In addition, based on the semisupervised idea, semi-known samples are obtained to further improve the classification performance. Experimental results are presented on two HSI datasets. For different HSIs, the adaptive thresholds calculated are consistent with empirical ones, and the developed classification algorithm has achieved good classification results, thus demonstrating strong robustness of the algorithm. For the HSI Indian Pines from AVIRIS sensor, the Overall Accuracy (OA) and kappa are 95.13% and 0.9444 respectively with 10% training samples, and for the HSI Pavia University from ROSIS sensor, the OA and kappa are 95.52% and 0.9416 respectively with 2% training samples. And good classification performance is still maintained for small number of training samples. © 2018

KeywordHyperspectral Classification Object-based Segmentation Adaptive
Indexed BySCI ; EI
WOS IDWOS:000445714700076
PublisherElsevier GmbH
EI Accession Number20183005599681
EI KeywordsClassification (Of Information) ; Image Segmentation ; Independent Component Analysis ; Nearest Neighbor Search ; Sampling ; Spectroscopy
EI Classification NumberElectronics And Communication Engineering::Electronic Equipment, Radar, Radio And Television::Information & Communication Theory
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Corresponding AuthorWu, Yinhua
AffiliationKey Laboratory of Spectral Imaging Technology, Xi'an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xi'an, China
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Wu, Yinhua,Hu, Bingliang,Gao, Xiaohui,et al. Hyperspectral image classification based on adaptive segmentation[J]. Optik,2018,172:612-621.
APA Wu, Yinhua,Hu, Bingliang,Gao, Xiaohui,&Wei, Ruyi.(2018).Hyperspectral image classification based on adaptive segmentation.Optik,172,612-621.
MLA Wu, Yinhua,et al."Hyperspectral image classification based on adaptive segmentation".Optik 172(2018):612-621.
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