Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Sarigha V  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 09 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 32-35

Abstract – In modern vast encounter to perfectly identify and trace geospatial objects with consistent of small object outlines from Remote Sensing (RS) images such as vehicles. In this paper, obtainable on Object Based Image Analysis (OBIA) is defined to address the encounter. It signifies the extraction and segmentation for small objects like vehicles from the earth’s surface. Hence it delivers object oriented image methodology, the information is segmented on the base of significant image objects rather than the conventional pixel based approach. The application of this technique can be identifying vehicles with different shapes, color and its ability is found to be excessive addition to the existing pixel based image technology. This proposed method which is used to segment and extract image object more efficient than previous methods. In this methodology, to meet color, shape and texture property from the large-scale high-resolution RS images. The results show that OBIA improves the accuracy of vehicles extraction by using Multi-Resolution segmentation and the performance efficiency reaches high level. 

Keywords— Geographical information system, geospatial feature, object-based image analysis (OBIA), remote sensing (RS), high-resolution 


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