Airborne Object Detection Using Hyperspectral Imaging: Deep Learning Review
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- Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 2019, 11619 LNCS pp. 306 - 321
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© 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Hyperspectral images have been increasingly important in object detection applications especially in remote sensing scenarios. Machine learning algorithms have become emerging tools for hyperspectral image analysis. The high dimensionality of hyperspectral images and the availability of simulated spectral sample libraries make deep learning an appealing approach. This report reviews recent data processing and object detection methods in the area including hand-crafted and automated feature extraction based on deep learning neural networks. The accuracy performances were compared according to existing reports as well as our own experiments (i.e., re-implementing and testing on new datasets). CNN models provided reliable performance of over 97% detection accuracy across a large set of HSI collections. A wide range of data were used: a rural area (Indian Pines data), an urban area (Pavia University), a wetland region (Botswana), an industrial field (Kennedy Space Center), to a farm site (Salinas). Note that, the Botswana set was not reviewed in recent works, thus high accuracy selected methods were newly compared in this work. A plain CNN model was also found to be able to perform comparably to its more complex variants in target detection applications.
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