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Transcript of supervisd-hyperspectral-image-classification
SUPERVISED HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGE CLASSIFICATION
Wateen Abdullah Al-iady
Nada Ibrahim Al-rashed
Ghadah Ahmad Al-jarallah
Introduction of hyperspectral imaging
Spectral Angel Mapper Classification(SAM).
Problem Statement & Significance.
Requirement Determination and Analysis:
Requirement Determination & Collection.
Problem Statement & Significant
The problem is need to classify, maintain, and manage the agricultural fields which are very huge, distributed everywhere and may miss certain areas when field searching. Also, time and effort needed to do this will be consumed.
Several techniques have been proposed in recent years for the supervised classification of hyperspectral data, such as: Spectral angel mapper and Parallelepiped classification that will be used as a proposed solution to hyperspectral image classification.
Our study area is Al-Kharj in Saudi Arabia.
The detected area for our study will be downloaded from the for United States Geological Survey website, which is: http://earthexplorer.usgs.gov/.
1. Requirement Determination
The name of the image is: EO1H1650432007080110PY_PF1_01 which has the following information:
Location: in Path 165, and Row 43.
Acquisition date: Year 2007.Since Julian day is 80 so it was acquisitioned on 23/3 so we can tell that Al-Kharj was scanned in spring season.
2. Requirements Analysis
A. Hyperion Tool
B. Sub setting:
C. Atmospheric Correction.
The spectral profile for a certain pixel in our image before and after the atmospheric correction.
Spectral Angle Mapper (SAM) algorithm.
2- Parallelepiped Classifier
Result of Parallelepiped
Dr. Sahar Abdulrahmain Ismail
The project domain in the computer science field is an image processing.
There are different hyperspectral imaging applications such as:
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION
Our project has achieved the potential use of SAM, and Parallelepiped classifiers combined with the EO-1 Hyperion imagery analysis for deriving total wheat areas in our study region
the area of Al-Kharj in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia began its interest in the field of remote Sensing in King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology, where now it provides the necessary equipment to produce researches on hyperspectral imaging.
So, we might join King Abdul Aziz City to expand our work on several areas in Saudi Arabia.
1. Spectral Angel Mapper Classifier (SAM):
The SAM is a tool that permits rapid mapping of the spectral similarity of image spectra to reference spectra.
Result of SAM classification
Name of University:
Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University
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