Kernel methods for remote sensing data analysis

  title={Kernel methods for remote sensing data analysis},
  author={G. Camps-Valls and Lorenzo Bruzzone},
About the editors. List of authors. Preface. Acknowledgments. List of symbols. List of abbreviations. I Introduction. 1 Machine learning techniques in remote sensing data analysis (Bjorn Waske, Mathieu Fauvel, Jon Atli Benediktsson and Jocelyn Chanussot). 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Supervised classification: algorithms and applications. 1.3 Conclusion. Acknowledgments. References. 2 An introduction to kernel learning algorithms (Peter V. Gehler and Bernhard Scholkopf). 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Kernels… 

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