15 November 2017 Integration of adaptive guided filtering, deep feature learning, and edge-detection techniques for hyperspectral image classification
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The integration of an edge-preserving filtering technique in the classification of a hyperspectral image (HSI) has been proven effective in enhancing classification performance. This paper proposes an ensemble strategy for HSI classification using an edge-preserving filter along with a deep learning model and edge detection. First, an adaptive guided filter is applied to the original HSI to reduce the noise in degraded images and to extract powerful spectral–spatial features. Second, the extracted features are fed as input to a stacked sparse autoencoder to adaptively exploit more invariant and deep feature representations; then, a random forest classifier is applied to fine-tune the entire pretrained network and determine the classification output. Third, a Prewitt compass operator is further performed on the HSI to extract the edges of the first principal component after dimension reduction. Moreover, the regional growth rule is applied to the resulting edge logical image to determine the local region for each unlabeled pixel. Finally, the categories of the corresponding neighborhood samples are determined in the original classification map; then, the major voting mechanism is implemented to generate the final output. Extensive experiments proved that the proposed method achieves competitive performance compared with several traditional approaches.
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Xiaoqing Wan, Xiaoqing Wan, Chunhui Zhao, Chunhui Zhao, Bing Gao, Bing Gao, } "Integration of adaptive guided filtering, deep feature learning, and edge-detection techniques for hyperspectral image classification," Optical Engineering 56(11), 113106 (15 November 2017). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.56.11.113106 . Submission: Received: 1 August 2017; Accepted: 18 October 2017
Received: 1 August 2017; Accepted: 18 October 2017; Published: 15 November 2017
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