ine discrimination of similar soil classes was produced by the BRDF variations in the high-spatial resolution panchromatic image. Texture analysis results depended on the directionality of the gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) calculation. Combining the different modalities of analysis did not improve the overall classification, perhaps illustrating the consequences of the Hughes paradox (Hughes, 1968)
Kemple, Bill Steckler, Brian
Information Technology Management
Naval Postgraduate School
M.S. in Information Technology Management
Information Sciences (IS)
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