1.光学（多光谱，高光谱），雷达图像synthetic aperture radar (SAR)，成像几何结构和内容完全不同；Remote sensing data are often multi-modal, e.g. from optical (multi- and hyperspectral) and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors, where both the imaging geometries and the content are completely different. （从一种图像模式迁移到另一种图像模式）
2。遥感图像是具有地理信息的。 Remote sensing data are geo-located, such as GIS layers, geo-tagged images from social media, or simply other sensors (as above).
3.遥感图像结合大地测量；（DSM等？）Remote Sensing data are geodetic measurements with controlled quality. This enables us to retrieve geo-parameters with confidence estimates. However, differently from purely data-driven approaches, the role of prior knowledge about the sensors adequacy and data quality becomes even more crucial. For example, to retrieve topographic information, even at the same spatial resolution, interferograms acquired using single-pass SAR system are considered to be more important than the ones acquired in repeat-pass manner.
4.时间信息的维度；The Copernicus program （某计划？）guarantees continuous data acquisition for decades. For instances, Sentinel-1 images the entire Earth every six days.
—— VGG （scale jittering data augmentation
RS and DL
Hyperspectral Image （高光谱图像）
Hyperspectral sensors are characterized by hundreds of narrow spectral bands. This very high spectral resolution enables us to identify the materials contained in the pixel via spectroscopic analysis. Analysis of hyperspectral data is of high importance in many practical applications, such as land cover/use classification or change and object detection.
!!!!!!! e.g., via the launch of EnMAP, planned in 2020, and DESIS, planned in 2017,
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SAR 可解释性 （39 - 67）
automatic target recognition (ATR), 自动目标识别
terrain surface classification
多模态数据融合 （DSM 什么等）
3D重构 （DSM , DTM）
First, many RS data, especially hyperspectral images (HSIs), contain hundreds of bands that can cause a small patch to involve a really large amount of data, which would demand a large number of neurons in a DL network
Apart from the visual geometrical patterns within each band, the spectral curve vectors across bands may also provide important information.
The high spatial resolution RS images may involve various types of objects, which are also different in size, color, location and rotation.
Hyperspectral remote sensors capture digital images in hundreds of continuous narrow spectral bands, producing threedimensional
(3D) hyperspectral imagery (HSI) which simultaneously involves spectral and spatial information. Also, with
high-quality hyperspectral satellite data becoming available (e.g., via the launch of EnMAP, scheduled in 2020, and DESIS,
originally planned for 2017, Zhu et al., 2017) more HSI data will become available. Such very rich spectral information is
potentially very useful to help reveal any interesting unknown content contained within the images. In particular, HSI has been
widely used in a range of practical applications, such as land cover, change detection and object identification. Indeed, applications of HSI data have been one of the most active research directions, with classification of individual pixels in an HSI
image playing a crucial role in such applications.
AVIRIS is a airborne visible/infrared imaging spectrometer which belongs to
the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in the USA. ROSIS is a reflective optics system imaging spectrometer from the National Aeronautics
and Space Agency of Germany. Taking the data set of Indian Pines for instance, it was acquired by the AVIRIS sensor
in Indiana in June 1992. This data set covered 145 lines by 145 pixels, the geometric resolution of which is 20 m.
The original data have 224 spectral in the wavelength range of 400–2,500 nm. The 24 bands covering the region of water absorption were removed to noise. The Indian Pines ground truth contains 16 classes with 10,249 pixels labeled in total.
光谱特征分类 Spectral feature classification
空间特征分类 Spatial feature classification
- [ ] NIPS论文修改
- What is f() in (3)? No definition is given.
- l139: Is RS(l, j) a typo of RS(l,i)?
- Model 1 & 2 seem to be swapped in the caption of Fig.1
What is f(x_l,i) in (4)?
the para at Line 128,
- para at Line 233
SVHN, MNIST or Imagenet.
Overall, the problem addressed is significant. However, the significance of the method replies on more empirical
evaluation under different settings/datasets for a more holistic picture.
- Please check Fig, 1, Model 2 has three low ARS kernels, whereas the caption Model 1 is claimed to have
them. This is confusing, perhaps Model 1 and 2 are interchanged.
- All figures are blurred and they need to be clearer. It is difficult to make out details with a blurred figure. One
suggestion is to vectorize the graphics.
- Make better use of space in the plots for Fig. 5
- How is class selectivity formally defined and measured? Please add brief description in the paper.
发表于2019-07-24 11:51:24，最后修改于2019-09-10 09:21:47。