1 June 2007 Subpixel classifiers: fuzzy theory versus statistical learning algorithm
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A comparative study between two approaches of subpixel classification, based on fuzzy set theory and statistical learning has been carried out. The fuzzy set classifiers investigated in this study are Fuzzy c-Means (FCM) and Possibilistic c-Means (PCM) in supervised modes. Further, Support Vector Machines (SVMs) have been used in this study for density estimation as a statistical learning subpixel classifier and Mean Field (MF) method has been used for easy and efficient learning procedure for the SVM. The three algorithms FCM, PCM and SVMs were evaluated in subpixel classification mode and accuracy assessment has been carried out using Fuzzy Error Matrix (FERM). Test on the two sub sets of LISS-III multi-spectral image from Resourcesat -1, (IRS-P6) satellite, indicates that density estimation based on SVM approach is consistent with different data sets and out performs both FCM as well as PCM approach.
Anil Kumar, S. K. Ghosh, Vinay Kumar Dadhwal, "Subpixel classifiers: fuzzy theory versus statistical learning algorithm," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 1(1), 013517 (1 June 2007). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2759178 . Submission:
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