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Cross-Region Building Counting in Satellite Imagery using Counting Consistency

@article{Zakria2021CrossRegionBC,
  title={Cross-Region Building Counting in Satellite Imagery using Counting Consistency},
  author={Muaaz Zakria and Hamza Rawal and Waqas Sultani and Mohsen Ali},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.13558}
}
Estimating the number of buildings in any geographical region is a vital component of urban analysis, disaster management, and public policy decision. Deep learning methods for building localization and counting in satellite imagery, can serve as a viable and cheap alternative. However, these algorithms suffer performance degradation when applied to the regions on which they have not been trained. Current large datasets mostly cover the developed regions and collecting such datasets for every… 

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