Neurocomputation in Remote Sensing Data Analysis: Proceedings of Concerted Action COMPARES (Connectionist Methods for Pre-Processing and Analysis of Remote Sensing Data)

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A state-of-the-art view of recent developments in the use of artificial neural networks for analysing remotely sensed satellite data. Neural networks, as a new form of computational paradigm, appear well suited to many of the tasks involved in this image analysis. This book demonstrates a wide range of uses of neural networks for remote sensing applications and reports the views of a large number of European experts brought together as part of a concerted action supported by the...

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Overview

A state-of-the-art view of recent developments in the use of artificial neural networks for analysing remotely sensed satellite data. Neural networks, as a new form of computational paradigm, appear well suited to many of the tasks involved in this image analysis. This book demonstrates a wide range of uses of neural networks for remote sensing applications and reports the views of a large number of European experts brought together as part of a concerted action supported by the European Commission.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642638282
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997
  • Pages: 284
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreward - Introduction - Open Questions in Neurocomputing for Earth Observation - A Comparison of the Characterisation of Agricultural Land Using Singular Value Decomposition and Neural Networks - Land Cover Mapping from Remotely Sensed Data with a Neural Network: Accomodation Fuzziness - Geological Mapping Using Multi-Sensor Data: A Comparison of Methods - Application of Neural Networks and Order Statistics Filters to Speckle Noise Reduction in Remote Sensing Imaging - Neural Nets and Multichannel Image Processing Applications - Neural Networks for Classification of Ice Type Concentration from ERS-1 SAR Images. Classical Methods versus Neural Networks - A Neural Network Approach to Spectral Mixture Analysis - Comparison Between Systems of Image Interpretation - Feature Extraction for Neural Network Classifiers - Spectral Pattern Recognition by a Two-Layer Perceptron: Effects of Training Set Size - Comparison and Combination of Statistical and Neural Network Algorithms for Remote-Sensing Image Classification - Integrating the Alisa Classifier with Knowledge-Based Methods for Cadastral-Map Interpretation - A Hybrid Method for Preprocessing and Classification of SPOT Images - Testing some Connectionist Approaches for Thematic Mapping of Rural Areas - Using Artificial Recurrent Neural Nets to Identify Spectral and Spatial Patterns for Satellite Imagery Classification of Urban Areas - Dynamic Segmentation of Satellite Images Using Pulsed Coupled Neural Networks - Non-Linear Diffusion as a Neuron-Like Paradigm for Low-Level Vision - Application of the Constructive Mikado-Algorithm on Remotely Sensed Data - A Simple Neural Network Contextual Classifier - Optimising Neural Networks for Land Use Classification - High Speed Image Segmentation Using a Binary Neural Network - Efficient Processing and Analysis of Images Using Neural Networks - Selection of the Number of Clusters in Remote Sensing Images by Means of Neural Networks - A Comparative Study of Topological Feature Maps Versus Conventional Clustering for (Multi-Spectral) Scene. Identification in METEOSAT Imagery - Self Organised Maps: the Combined Utilisation of Feature and Novelty Detectors - Generalisation of Neural Network Based Segmentation. Results for Classification Purposes - Remote Sensing Applications which may be Addressed by Neural Networks Using Parallel Processing Technology - General Discussion

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