25 September 2001 Multivariate change detection based on canonical transformation
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Proceedings Volume 4548, Multispectral and Hyperspectral Image Acquisition and Processing; (2001); doi: 10.1117/12.441380
Event: Multispectral Image Processing and Pattern Recognition, 2001, Wuhan, China
Abstract
This article introduces the multivariate change detection which is based on the established canonical correlation analysis. It also proposes using post processing of the change detected by the multivariate change detection variables using maximum autocorrelation factor analysis. Differing from traditional schemes, the strategy takes two multivariate satellite images covering the same geographic area acquired at different points in time as a random whole sample and transforms two sets of random variables into one set of new random multivariate by using the so-called canonical transformation introduced in the paper. In doing so, the correlation between spectral bands in the same image and in the two different images is removed out as much as possible that the actual changes in all channels simultaneously can be accurately detected. The strategy is invariant to linear scaling. Therefore, it is insensitive to differences in gaining settings in a measuring device, or to linear radiometric and atmosphere correction schemes. The experimental results show the fact that the presented method is exactly creditable and effective on multivariate change detection of remote sensing satellite data.
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Jie Yang, Deren Li, Pan Zhu, Wen Yang, "Multivariate change detection based on canonical transformation", Proc. SPIE 4548, Multispectral and Hyperspectral Image Acquisition and Processing, (25 September 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.441380; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.441380
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Transform theory

Satellites

Remote sensing

Atmospheric corrections

Canonical correlation analysis

Satellite imaging

Detection and tracking algorithms

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