PC-GANs: Progressive Compensation Generative Adversarial Networks for Pan-sharpening

@article{Xing2022PCGANsPC,
  title={PC-GANs: Progressive Compensation Generative Adversarial Networks for Pan-sharpening},
  author={Yinghui Xing and Shuyuan Yang and Songhong Wang and Yan Zhang and Yanning Zhang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2207.14451}
}
The fusion of multispectral and panchromatic images is always dubbed pansharpening. Most of the available deep learning-based pan-sharpening methods sharpen the multispectral images through a one-step scheme, which strongly depends on the reconstruction ability of the network. However, remote sensing images always have large variations, as a result, these one-step methods are vulnerable to the error accumulation and thus incapable of preserving spatial details as well as the spectral… 

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