Authors: Sanjay Chilveri, Tanmay Jain, Prof. Harshada Mhaske
DOI Link: https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2023.49300
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: This paper presents a detailed comparison of various image processing techniques for analysing satellite images. The satellite images are large in size, acquired from long distances and are affected by noise and other environmental conditions. Hence it is necessary to process them so that they can be used by the researchers for analysis. Spectral resolution basically is to measure changes in things that impact our environments like water quality or vegetation etc. Satellite images are widely used in many real time applications such as in agriculture land detection, navigation and in geographical information systems. In this paper, a review of spectral resolution requirements for urban mapping evaluated how spectral resolution of high-spatial resolution optical remote sensing data influences detailed mapping of urban land cover. A comprehensive regional spectral library and low altitude data from the Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) were used to characterize the spectral properties of urban land cover. In this paper, a review of some popular machine learning based image processing techniques is presented. Also a detailed comparison of various techniques is performed. Limitations in each image processing method are also described. In addition to reviewing different methods, different metrics for performance evaluation in each of the image processing areas is studied.
Satellite Image Processing is an important field in research and development and consists of the images of earth and satellites taken by the means of artificial satellites. But while taking images of Earth and various objects in space, the images are widely affected due to various environmental conditions and noise. Images are taken from a very long range, therefore also playing a major factor in not being able to acquire clear images.
We will be using various different algorithms in-order to perform image processing and identifying the images captured by the satellites.
In broader terms we can say that the Satellite Image Processing is a kind of remote sensing which works on pixel resolutions to collect coherent information about the earth surface. Due to Satellite Imaging, predicting weather conditions, or development of any natural calamity has become very easy.
Satellite Image Processing not only collects information about Earth but also collects images of deep space objects, making it possible for the humans’ to research and understand about deep space objects.
The goals of this paper is to understand various methods involved in Satellite Image Processing, to understand and perform Radiometric Resolution & Spectral Resolution on Satellite Images, to learn about how images acquired from satellites are cleaned and used for various analysis, & to be able to Develop Understanding of Earth’s Surface and its terrain.
II. LITERATURE SURVEY
The authors of this paper proposed 2 steps from the methodology:
First, Selecting Radiometric Tie Points (RTPs) using IR-MAD.
Second, Conducting IRRA on the selected RTPs for Radiometric Normalization.
3. The paper proposes a Hybrid Canonical Correlational Analysis with hybrid regression model, that will help tackle problems of high computation and storage cost that were caused due to highly sized Kernel Matrices and Non-Linear Regression. Landsat-7 and Landsat-8 Satellite images were used as to check the working of the proposed model
4. METRIC processing algorithm has been proposed by the authors of this paper on “Sensitivity of evapotranspiration retrievals from the METRIC processing algorithm to improved radiometric resolution of Landsat 8 thermal data and to calibration bias in Landsat 7 and 8 surface temperature” in order to improve the Radiometric Resolution achieved by thermal images from Landsat–8. METRIC stands from Mapping Evapotranspiration at high Resolution using Internalized Calibration. The result of this paper depicts that there was no change in accuracy of METRIC and LST models.
5. The 5th research paper that we reviewed, talks about re-introducing existing methods and models like Pseudo-Invariant Features (PIF’s), Simple Regressions (SR), No Change Scattergrams (NC), and Histogram Matching (HM); and these models and methods have been applied to IKONOS & Quick Bird multi-spectral Images and perform normalization on their Radiometric Difference. To overcome problems of Band Difference, and to achieve more accurate results, some improvements have been introduced in the existing models. The results of the paper have been used to perform visual and Statistical Analysis.
6. An effective and automatic method based on Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) has been proposed here. The proposed method talks about using two main steps; firstly, acquiring invariant pixels from analysing different images by GMM. And Secondly, using the obtained pixels to model relationship between multi-temporal images. To evaluate the proposed methodology, Quickbird, IKONOS, Super-View-1, & Worldview datasets were thoroughly analysed. The results show that the propose model has considerably improved the radiometric variation of the images obtained from the obtained datasets.
The authors of the paper have proposed a Relative Radiometric Normalization (RRN) method to perform radiometric normalization on multi-temporal images. The authors have performed this experiment in order to remove the outliers as well as find better linear transformation between reference images. Fig:2 & Fig:3 show the architecture of the proposed methodologies.
As Proposed by the authors, there are two main steps following these architectural methods:
First, collecting in variant pixels from subject and reference images using GMM model.
Second, these pixels are used in the RRN model to check its effectiveness in terms of time-saving and accuracy while determining the Radiometric Control Set Samples (RCSS).
7. Anju Asokan, J. Anitha, Monica Ciobanu, Andrei Gabor, Antoanela Naaji, and D. Jude Hemanth, “Image Processing Techniques for Analysis of Satellite Images for Classification of Historical Maps”, June 2020. This author has mentioned historical mapping due to the rapid change and expansion of society. Changes to historical maps include alterations to city/state borders, vegetation zones, bodies of water, etc. The majority of change detection in these locations is performed using satellite pictures. Therefore, substantial understanding of satellite image processing is required for applications involving the classification of historical maps. This paper provides a comprehensive examination of the benefits and drawbacks of numerous satellite image processing techniques. Although multiple computational approaches are available, the performance of the various satellite image processing applications varies by method. Certain comparative evaluations are also conducted to demonstrate the viability of several approaches. This effort will aid in the identification of inventive solutions for the various issues involved with satellite image processing applications.
8. Akib javed, Qimin Cheng, Hao peng, Orhan Altan, Yan Li, Iffat Ara, Enamul Huq, Yeamin Ali, and Nayyer saleem's "Review of spectral indices for urban remote sensing" publication date November 2020. Urban spectral indices have made great achievements in urban land use and land cover studies during the past two decades through mapping, estimation, change detection, time-series analysis, urban dynamics, monitoring, etc. Using spectral indices for remote sensing, information extraction is unsupervised, objective, quick, scalable, and quantitative. This article will aid the reader in understanding the uses of urban spectral indices, the selection of indices based on accessible spectral bands, as well as their benefits and drawbacks.
9. Nikita Khanduri, Suhaib Akhtar, Swati Vashisht, and Shubhi gupta "An Enhancement to Satellite Image Processing Resolution," published: July 2020..In this publication, the author discusses image processing. Image processing is the process of performing beneficial operations on a photograph in order to obtain an enhanced image or to extract useful data from it. It is a sort of signal processing in which the input is an image and the output is likely an image or characteristics/highlights associated with that image. The Digital Image Processing of Satellite data primarily consists of image rectification and restoration, enhancements and information extractions, and image modification. It is a preparation of Satellite data for Geometrical and Radiometric Associations. Enhancement of the material in order to successfully illustrate the information resulting in Visual Elucidation. Data Extraction is used to create topical guides based on Digital grouping.
10. Martin Herold, Meg Gardner, Brian Hadley, and Dar Roberts. “The spectral dimension in urban land cover mapping using high-resolution optical remote sensing data” Publication date: 2004. This study studies the spectral dimension of urban materials using extensive field spectral measurements, hyperspectral AVIRIS, and simulated IKONOS and LANDSAT TM data at a spatial resolution of 4 metres. The results reveal that the spectral features of urban land cover types are exceedingly complicated and diversified.
III. ALGORITMIC SURVEY
A. Convolution Neural Network (CNN)
We have used Convolutional Neural Network or CNN for our project. A Convolutional Neural Network (CNN/ ConvNet) is a Deep Learning Algorithm that is mostly used for image processing. The pre-processing required in CNN is very less as compare to other Deep Learning Algorithms.
Any CNN model has 4 important layers –
Here I(i,j) is the original image and I′(i,j) represents the thresholded image. PSNR and MSE are mainly used to analyze the quality of compressed and reconstructed image. SSIM measures the structural similarity between the source and final image while FSIM measures the feature similarity between the source and final image. There are two features that can be viewed in FSIM. They are Phase congruency and Gradient magnitude. Phase congruency (PC) is a dimensionless quantity which is significant in local structure map and is a primary feature in FSIM. PC is contrast invariant with no effect of contrast information on human visual system. Gradient magnitude (GM) is another important feature in FSIM. PC and GM are complementary to one another in describing the image local quality.
Here, μx and μy represents the sample means of x and y, respectively; σx and σy give the sample variances of x and y, respectively; and σxy describes the sample correlation coefficient between x and y and x and y are local windows in the input images.
C. Precision Measurement
Precision is a measure of the number of positive class predictions that actually belong to the positive class. For an imbalanced classification problem having two classes, precision is the ratio of the number of true positives to the total number of true positives and false positives. For an imbalanced classification problem with multiple classes, precision is computed as the ratio of the sum of true positives across all classes to the sum of true positives and false positives across all classes. In an imbalanced classification, the distribution of data across the known class is biased.
These spectral meter used in satellite for improvised and quality image of the earth, some of the satellite mostly used :
V. RESULTS OF EXISTING WORK
Satellite images provide a true picture of earth and its environment in real-time. The large constellation of remote sensing satellites orbiting the earth provides a comprehensive and periodic coverage of the earth, enabling myriad uses for the benefit of mankind. Below are a few applications of satellite image processing -
Therefore, we have studied Satellite Image Processing Using Radiometric Resolution. To execute our project, we used CNN or Convolutional Neural Network Model, therefore, giving us a very high accuracy rate. We were also able to conclude that images obtained from Landsat-8 and Landsat-7 satellites are very descriptive and clear, and thus it was a useful dataset for our model. Also the Nasa’s Worldview dataset proved to be a very informative dataset.
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Copyright © 2023 Sanjay Chilveri, Tanmay Jain, Prof. Harshada Mhaske. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Paper Id : IJRASET49300
Publish Date : 2023-02-27
ISSN : 2321-9653
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