Hyperspectral Image Classification using Support Vector Machines

Jonnadula Dr.J.Harikiran Harikiran


In this study a novel approach of hyperspectral image classification technique is realized using BEMD (Bi- Dimensional Empirical Mode Decomposition) and Support vector Machines (SVM). First Principal Component of the hyperspectral image dataset is computed using PCA (Principal Component Analysis) feature extraction technique. The model also adapts BEMD algorithm to divide the principle component into three hierarchical components and obtain BIMFs (Bi-Dimensional Intrinsic Mode Functions) and residue-image. These BIMFs and residue image is further taken as input to the Support Vector Machines for classification. The results of experiments on two popular datasets of hyperspectral remote sensing scenes represent that the proposed-model offers a competitive analytical-performance in comparison to some established methods.


Hyperspectral Image; Image Classification; Bi-dimensional Empirical Mode Decomposition;Support Vector Machines; Image Processing


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