Kernel Feature Extraction for Hyperspectral Image Classification Using Chunklet Constraints
Keywords:Feature extraction, hyperspectral remote sensing image, chunklet constraints, kernel method
AbstractA novel semi-supervised kernel feature extraction algorithm to combine an efficient metric learning method, i.e. relevant component analysis (RCA), and kernel trick is presented for hyperspectral imagery land-cover classification. This method obtains projection of the input data by learning an optimal nonlinear transformation via a chunklet constraints-based FDA criterion, and called chunklet-based kernel relevant component analysis (CKRCA). The proposed method is appealing as it constructs the kernel very intuitively for the RCA method and does not require any labeled information. The effectiveness of the proposed CKRCA is successfully illustrated in hyperspectral remote sensing image classification. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method can greatly improve the classification accuracy compared with traditional linear and conventional kernel-based methods.
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Zhao, H., Lu, L., Yang, C., & Guan, R. (2017). Kernel Feature Extraction for Hyperspectral Image Classification Using Chunklet Constraints. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 36(1), 205–222. Retrieved from https://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/2017_1_205