Feature Adaptation and Augmentation for Cross-Scene Hyperspectral Image Classification

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IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 2018, 15 (4), pp. 622 - 626
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© 2012 IEEE. Cross-scene hyperspectral image (HSI) classification has recently become increasingly popular due to its crucial use in various applications. It poses great challenges to existing domain adaptation methods because of the data set shift, that is, two scenes exhibit huge distribution discrepancy. To tackle this problem, we propose a new domain adaptation method called hyperspectral feature adaptation and augmentation (HFAA) for cross-scene HSI classification. The proposed HFAA method learns a common subspace by introducing two different projection matrices to extract the transferable knowledge from the source domain to the target domain. To further enhance the common subspace representation, we propose to augment it by the feature selection strategy. HFAA can make full use of the original features from both source and target domains, and increase the similarity of the samples with the same label from the two domains. Our proposed HFAA method achieves compact but discriminative feature representations, which make it well suited for data sets with a large number of classes and huge interclass ambiguity. Experimental results on the Earth Observing 1 hyperspectral data set show that HFAA can produce state-of-the-art performance and surpass previous methods.
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