Xavier Blaes

Learn More
A general framework for processing high and very-high resolution imagery in support of a Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL) is presented together with a discussion on the results of the first operational test of the production workflow. The test involved the mapping of 24.3 million km<sup>2</sup> of the Earth surface spread in four continents,(More)
This paper reports about the feasibility to automatically map the settlements of Brazil with the panchromatic, 2.5 m data of the HRC camera of the CBERS-2B satellite. Using a combined textural and morphological image analysis in a fully automated workflow an equal error rate of 0.18 &#x00B1; 0.09 and a minimal error rate of 0.06 &#x00B1; 0.06 could be(More)
  • 1