A Novel Hierarchical Method of Ship Detection from Spaceborne Optical Image Based on Shape and Texture Features

@article{Zhu2010ANH,
  title={A Novel Hierarchical Method of Ship Detection from Spaceborne Optical Image Based on Shape and Texture Features},
  author={Changren Zhu and Hui Zhou and Runsheng Wang and Jun Guo},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2010},
  volume={48},
  pages={3446-3456}
}
Ship detection from remote sensing imagery is very important, with a wide array of applications in areas such as fishery management, vessel traffic services, and naval warfare. This paper focuses on the issue of ship detection from spaceborne optical images (SDSOI). Although advantages of synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) result in that most of current ship detection approaches are based on SAR images, disadvantages of SAR still exist, such as the limited number of SAR sensors, the relatively long… CONTINUE READING
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