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hierarchical object-based approach for urban land-use classification from remote sensing data
|Series||ITC dissertation ;, no. 103, ITC publication (Enschede, Netherlands) ;, no. 103.|
|LC Classifications||HC108.8 .Z47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2005458728|
Hierarchical Image Object-Based Structural Analysis Toward Urban Land Use Classification segments such as segments that appear partially in the image near the margins or edges of the image. Different types of land use might have different spatial arrangement, etc. Morphological approach. Hierarchical Object-Based Image Analysis of High-Resolution Imagery for Urban Land Use Classification. In: IEEE/ISPRS Joint Workshop on Remote Sensing and Data Fusion over Urban Area, Rome, University of Rome LA Sapienza: IEEE. DOI: / DFUA
Urban land use information is essential for a variety of urban-related applications such as urban planning and regional administration. The extraction of urban land use from very fine spatial resolution (VFSR) remotely sensed imagery has, therefore, drawn much attention in the remote sensing community. Nevertheless, classifying urban land use from VFSR images remains a . (). A hierarchical object-based approach for urban land-sue classification from remote sensing data. A segmentation approach to classification of remote sensing imagery. (). Changes in classification accuracy due to varying Thematic Mapper and Multispectral Scanner spatial, spectral, and radiometric resolution. ().
Geographic object-based image analysis (GEOBIA) is a remote sensing image analysis paradigm that defines and examines image-objects: groups of neighboring pixels that represent real-world geographic objects. Recent reviews have examined methodological considerations and highlighted how GEOBIA improves upon the 30+ year pixel-based approach. This study aims to explore approaches that mapping urban land use based on multi-source data, to meet the needs of obtaining detailed land use information and, taking Lanzhou as an example, based on the previous study, we proposed a process of urban land use classification based on multi-source data.
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A Hierarchical Object-Based Approach for Urban Land-Use Classiﬁcation from Remote Sensing Data Zhan, Qingming Thesis to fulﬁll the requirements for the degree of doctor on the authority of the Rector Magniﬁcus of Wageningen University, Prof. Speelman, to be publicly defended on Wednesday 29 Octoberat hrs in the.
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A hierarchical object-based approach for urban land-use classification from remote sensing data By Q. Zhan Get PDF (9 MB)Author: Q. Zhan. A hierarchical object - based approach for urban land - use classification from remote sensing data: Series: ITC Dissertation, ITC: Author: Zhan, Qingming: Thesis advisor: Molenaar, Martien, Tempfli, K.
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A Hierarchical Object-Based Approach for Urban Land-Use Classification from Remote Sensing Data Zhan, Qingming Thesis to fulfill the requirements for the degree of doctor on the authority of the Rector Magnificus of Wageningen University, Prof.
Speelman, to be publicly defended on Wednesday 29 October Hierarchical object-based image analysis of high-resolution imagery for urban land use classification Abstract: With the concentration of artificial features and a combination of natural features, two types of aggregated objects can be defined in urban area: 1.
Mohsen Gholoobi and Lalit Kumar "Using object-based hierarchical classification to extract land use land cover classes from high-resolution satellite imagery in a complex urban area," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 9(1), (15 May ).
The method for automatic extraction of greenhouses from remote sensing data is an important challenge for the scientific-technical community, due to the intrinsic characteristics of the design of.
and influence the extraction and classification of land use elements. The other main issue in land use analysis is in the classification stage. The simplest auto-mated land use classification methods directly assign one or more land cover types to land use classes. This approach requires additional data across time.
Moreover, a land cover class. A hierarchical object-based approach for urban land-use classification from remote sensing data: Author(s) Zhan, Q. Source: Wageningen University.
Promotor(en): M. Molenaar, co-promotor(en): K. Tempfli. - [S.I.]: S.n. - ISBN - Department(s) Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing PE&RC: Publication type. For social-ecological models, e.g., the LUTO model, land use mapping data provide an essential foundation on which model projections are based and can be seen as a special kind of “site-specific data.” Land use data are not fixed and can be transformed into other land use types according to certain model rules (De Groot et al., ; Shuang.
In this paper, a change detection approach based on an object-based classification of remote sensing data is introduced. The approach classifies not single pixels but groups of pixels that represent already existing objects in a GIS database. The approach is based on a supervised maximum likelihood classification.
KEY WORDS: Spatial clustering, Urban land use, Triangulation, Hierarchical image segmentation, Image object ABSTRACT: Remote sensing in urban areas has been a challenger for quite some time due to their complexity and fragment with combination of man-made features and natural features.
A hierarchical object-based approach for urban land-use classification from remote sensing data. Book. Oct. A.K. Shackelford, C.H. DavisA hierarchical fuzzy classification approach for high-resolution multispectral data over urban areas IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 41 (9) (), pp.
In Walter and Fritsch (), a concept for the automatic revision of geographical information system (GIS) databases using multispectral remote sensing data was approach can be subdivided into two steps (see Fig. 1).In a first step, remote sensing data are classified with a supervised maximum likelihood classification into different land-use.
Kurtz, C., Puissant, A., Passat, N., Gançarski, P.: An interactive approach for extraction of urban patterns from multisource images. In: Symposium of JURSEJoint Urban Remote Sensing Event - 6th Joint Workshop on Remote Sensing and Data Fusion over Urban Areas (to appear, ) Google Scholar.
These two approaches have the potential to enhance the automation of big remote sensing data analysis and processing, especially when time is an important constraint.
Full article (This article belongs to the Special Issue Advances in Object-Based Image Analysis—Linking with Computer Vision and Machine Learning). In light of continuous land-use changes and lack of regard to rangelands in existing land-use maps, there is a need for creating a current land-use information database, to be utilized by planners, scientists, and decision makers.
Remote-sensing (RS) data are a viable source of data from which land-use maps could be created and updated efficiently.One of the most important functions of remote sensing data is the production of Land Use and Land Cover maps and thus can be managed through a process called image classification.
This paper looks into the following components related to the image classification process and procedures and image classification techniques and explains two common techniques K .