Classification of Multispectral satellite images

  title={Classification of Multispectral satellite images},
  author={S. C. Kar and Vishakha Vivek Kelkar},
  journal={2013 International Conference on Advances in Technology and Engineering (ICATE)},
This paper is a review of classification of remote sensed Multispectral satellite images. Texture is the frequency of tonal changes on the image. The texture gives the `rough' or `smooth' appearance of the image. Higher resolution causes higher spectral variability within a class and lessens the statistical separability among different classes in a traditional pixel-based classification. Several methods of image classification exist and a number of fields apart from remote sensing like image… CONTINUE READING


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