Aerial image semantic segmentation based on 3D fits a small dataset of 1D

Shouket Abdulrahman Ahmed, Hazry Desa, Abadal-Salam T. Hussain


Time restrictions and lack of precision demand that the initial technique be abandoned. Even though the remaining datasets had fewer identified classes than initially planned for the study, the labels were more accurate. Because of the need for additional data, a single network cannot categorize all the essential elements in a picture, including bodies of water, roads, trees, buildings, and crops. However, the final network gains some invariance in detecting these classes with environmental changes due to the different geographic positions of roads and buildings discovered in the final datasets, which could be valuable in future navigation research. At the moment, binary classifications of a single class are the only datasets that can be used for the semantic segmentation of aerial images. Even though some pictures have more than one classification, images of roads and buildings were only found in a significant number of samples. Then, the building datasets were pooled to produce a larger dataset and for the constructed models to gain some invariance on image location. Because of the massive disparity in sample size, road datasets needed to be integrated.


Aerial image; Datset 3D modeling of 1D; Semantic segmentation; Unmanned aerial vehicle

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