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—In this paper we analyze several strategies for the estimation of the roughness parameter of the G 0 I distribution. It has been shown that this distribution is able to characterize a large number of targets in monopolarized SAR imagery, deserving the denomination of " Universal Model. " It is indexed by three parameters: the number of looks (which can be… (More)

Anomaly detection is the problem of identifying objects appearing to be inconstistent with the remainder of that set of data. Detecting such samples is useful on various applications such as fault detection, fraud detection and diagnostic systems. Partially supervised methods for anomaly detection are interesting because they only need data labeled as one… (More)

We present a new approach for online handwritten signature classification and verification based on descriptors stemming from Information Theory. The proposal uses the Shannon Entropy, the Statistical Complexity, and the Fisher Information evaluated over the Bandt and Pompe symbolization of the horizontal and vertical coordinates of signatures. These six… (More)

- Debora Chan, Julia Cassetti, Alejandro C. Frery
- IGARSS
- 2016

- Andre Lage Freitas, Alejandro C. Frery, Naelson D. C. Oliveira, Raphael P. Ribeiro, Rivo Sarmento
- IGARSS
- 2016

We propose a new method for polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (PolSAR) imagery classification based on stochastic distances in the space of random matrices obeying complex Wishart distributions. Given a collection of prototypes [Formula: see text] and a stochastic distance d(.,.), we classify any random matrix X using two criteria in an iterative… (More)

—Model-based decompositions have gained considerable attention after the initial work of Freeman and Durden. This decomposition which assumes the target to be reflection symmetric was later relaxed in the Yamaguchi et al. decomposition with the addition of the helix parameter. Since then many decomposition have been proposed where either the scattering… (More)

We address the issue of adapting optical images-based edge detection techniques for use in Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (PolSAR) imagery. We modify the gravitational edge detection technique (inspired by the Law of Universal Gravity) proposed by Lopez-Molina et al, using the non-standard neighbourhood configuration proposed by Fu et al, to reduce… (More)

This work presents the use of stochastic measures of similarities as features with statistical significance for the design of despeckling nonlocal means filters. Assuming that the observations follow a Gamma model with two parameters (mean and number of looks), patches are compared by means of the Kullback-Leibler and Hellinger distances, and by their… (More)