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By Chi Hau Chen

Written through leaders within the box of distant sensing details processing, this paintings covers the frontiers of distant sensors, specifically with potent algorithms for signal/image processing and development acceptance with distant sensing information. Sensor and information fusion matters, SAR photographs, hyperspectral photos, and similar distinct subject matters also are tested. suggestions utilising neural networks, wavelet transforms, and knowledge-based structures are emphasised. a distinct set of 3 chapters is dedicated to seismic research and discrimination. In precis, the quantity offers an authoritative therapy of significant issues in distant sensing info processing and defines new frontiers for those parts

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To mimic the identification of regions by experts, we define the concept of prototype regions. A prototype region is a region that has a relatively uniform low-level pixel feature distribution and describes a simple scene or part of a scene. Spectral values or any pixel-level feature listed in Sec. 2 can be used for region segmentation. Ideally, a prototype is frequently found in a specific class of scenes and differentiates this class of scenes from others. In addition, using prototypes reduces the possible number of associations between regions and makes the combinatorial problem of region matching more tractable.

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Fe|l x i-MtH 2 /JN otherwise where Xj is the feature vector for region i and pit is the mean vector for cluster t. 2. Model-based Clustering Model-based clustering 8 is also an unsupervised algorithm to partition the input sample. In this case, clusters are represented by parametric density models.

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