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Object-Oriented Image Processing Of An High Resolution Satellite Imagery With Perspectives For Urban Growth, Planning And Development
Afroz Shaik Mohammed1, Shaik Rusthum2
Pages - 18 - 28     |    Revised - 06-08-2008     |    Published - 16-09-2008
Volume - 2   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - June 2008  Table of Contents
Object Oriented, Classification, Segmentation, Spatial Information, Accuracy Assessment, Urban Morphology.
The management of urban areas by urban planners relies on detailed and updated knowledge of their nature and distribution. Manual photo-interpretation of aerial photographs is efficient, but is time consuming. Image segmentation and object-oriented classifications provide a tool to automatically delineate and label urban areas. Here single pixels are not classified but objects created in multi-resolution segmentation process, which allows use of, spectral responses but also texture, context and information from other object layers. This paper presents a methodology allowing to derive meaningful area-wide spatial information for city development and management from high resolution imagery. Finally, the urban land cover classification is used to compute a spatial distribution of built-up densities within the city and to map homogeneous zones or structures of urban morphology
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Mr. Afroz Shaik Mohammed1
Deccan college of Engg. and Technology, - India
Professor Shaik Rusthum2
VIF College of Engg. & Technology - India