Classification of Pansharpened Urban Satellite Images

  title={Classification of Pansharpened Urban Satellite Images},
  author={Frosti Palsson and J. R. Sveinsson and J. A. Benediktsson and Henrik Aanaes},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing},
The classification of high resolution urban remote sensing imagery is addressed with the focus on classification of imagery that has been pansharpened by a number of different pansharpening methods. The pansharpening process introduces some spectral and spatial distortions in the resulting fused multispectral image, the amount of which highly varies depending on which pansharpening technique is used. In the majority of the pansharpening techniques that have been proposed, there is a compromise… CONTINUE READING
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