Tensor morphological profile for hyperspectral image classification
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This paper proposes a novel multi-dimensional morphology descriptor, tensor morphology profile (TMP), for hyperspectral image classification. TMP is a general framework to extract the multi-dimensional structures in high-dimensional data. The nth-order morphology profile is proposed to work with the nth-order tensor, which can capture the inner high order structures. This is different with the traditional mathematical morphology operations which are usually limited to two-dimensional data. By treating hyperspectral images a tensor, it is possible to extend the morphology to high dimensional data so that the powerful morphological tools can be used to analyze the hyperspectral images with spectral-spatial information fused. Experimental results on two commonly used hyperspectral images show that the tensor morphological profile consistently performs better than the extended morphological profile for hyperspectral image classification.
2016 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing: Proceedings
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