The utility of texture analysis to improve per‐pixel classification for high to very high spatial resolution imagery

@article{Puissant2005TheUO,
  title={The utility of texture analysis to improve per‐pixel classification for high to very high spatial resolution imagery},
  author={Anne Puissant and Jacky Hirsch and Christiane Weber},
  journal={International Journal of Remote Sensing},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={733 - 745}
}
Earth observation data are becoming available at increasingly finer resolutions. Sensors already in existence (IKONOS, Quickbird, SPOT 5, Orbview) or due to be launched in the near future will reach 1–5 m resolution. These very high resolution (VHR) data will provide more details of the urban areas, but it seems evident that they will create additional problems in terms of information extraction using automatic classification. In this framework, this paper examines the potential of the spectral… Expand
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