An Original Method of Extraction Bands Based On Spectral And Spatial Characteristic To Reduce The Hyperspectral Image

An Original Method of Extraction Bands Based On Spectral And Spatial Characteristic To Reduce The Hyperspectral Image

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Volume-70 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Agouzal Mehdi, Merzouqi Maria, Moha Arouch
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I1P221

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Agouzal Mehdi, Merzouqi Maria, Moha Arouch, "An Original Method of Extraction Bands Based On Spectral And Spatial Characteristic To Reduce The Hyperspectral Image," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 3, pp. 185-194, 2022. Crossref,

Reducing the dimensionality of HIS [1] is still a hot topic and a challenge to be won. Numerous studies have been devoted to this objective, using different strategies to find an efficient and rapid method. The effectiveness of an approach in this area refers to the ability to optimize the number of bands without loss of information and to improve classification performance. Well-known methods treat spatial and spectral image characteristics separately. However, the combined treatment of these characteristics turned out to be another aspect to be highlighted [2]. In this article, a new reduction method is proposed, which is based on the fusion of the spatial-spectral characteristics. Specifically, it allowed the extraction of the spatial-spectral characteristic for all pixels. Then a measurement of the similarity of the spectral signatures is performed by the external spectral correlation to discern the unwanted bands. Then, discriminant analysis of the set selected from the first step is established by calculating the variance. After the descending ordering of the values of the variance of the spectral signatures of each pixel relative to the reference signature of each class, an adjustable selection percentage is used to count the repetition rate of the top brands in all classes to promote extraction performance while controlling the redundancy penalty. This method made it possible to reproduce a thematic map closer to the ground truth of Pavia. The experimental results obtained by SVM-RBF demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed method, whereby the total number of bands has been reduced from 103 to 35 with OA greater than 93%.

Reduction of dimensionality, Extraction method, Correlation, Variance, Spectral Signature, classification, RBF-SVM.

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