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Mining Patterns of Change in Remote Sensing Image Databases

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Mining Patterns of Change in Remote Sensing Image Databases
Remote sensing image databases are the fastest growing archives of spatial information. However, we still have a limited capacity for extracting information from large remote sensing image databases. There are currently very few techniques for image data mining and information extraction in large image data sets, and thus we are failing to exploit our large remote sensing data archives. This paper proposes a methodology to provide guidance for mining remote sensing image databases. The basic idea is to use domain concepts to build generic description of patterns in remote sensing images, and then use structural approaches to identify such patterns in images. We illustrate our proposal with a case study for detecting land use patterns in Amazonia from INPE’s remote sensing image database.
Marcelino Pereira dos Santos Silva, Gilberto C&aci
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICDM
Authors Marcelino Pereira dos Santos Silva, Gilberto Câmara, Ricardo Cartaxo Modesto de Souza, Dalton M. Valeriano, Maria Isabel Sobral Escada
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