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6 September 2019 Unsupervised feature learning in remote sensing
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The need for labeled data is among the most common and well-known practical obstacles to deploying deep learning algorithms to solve real-world problems. The current generation of learning algorithms requires a large volume of data labeled according to a static and pre-defined schema. Conversely, humans can quickly learn generalizations based on large quantities of unlabeled data, and turn these generalizations into classifications using spontaneous labels, often including labels not seen before. We apply a state-of-the-art unsupervised learning algorithm to the noisy and extremely imbalanced xView data set to train a feature extractor that adapts to several tasks: visual similarity search that performs well on both common and rare classes; identifying outliers within a labeled data set; and learning a natural class hierarchy automatically.
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Aaron Reite, Scott Kangas, Zackery Steck, Steven Goley, Jonathan Von Stroh, and Steven Forsyth "Unsupervised feature learning in remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 11139, Applications of Machine Learning, 111390H (6 September 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2529791
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