Tag: unmixing

Map-guided Hyperspectral Image Superpixel Segmentation Using Semi-supervised Partial Membership Latent Dirichlet Allocation

Abstract: Many superpixel segmentation algorithms which are suitable for the regular color images like images with three channels: red, green and blue (RGB images) have been developed in the literature. However, because of the high dimensionality of hyperspectral imagery, these… Read More

Hyperspectral Unmixing with Endmember Variability Using Partial Membership Latent Dirichlet Allocation

Abstract: The application of Partial Membership Latent Dirichlet Allocation (PM-LDA) for hyperspectral endmember estimation and spectral unmixing is presented. PM-LDA provides a model for a hyperspectral image analysis that accounts for spectral variability and incorporates spatial information through the use… Read More

Instance Influence Estimation for Hyperspectral Target Signature Characterization using Extended Functions of Multiple Instances

Abstract: The Extended Functions of Multiple Instances (eFUMI) algorithm is a generalization of Multiple Instance Learning (MIL). In eFUMI, only bag level (i.e. set level) labels are needed to estimate target signatures from mixed data. The training bags in eFUMI… Read More

Functions of Multiple Instances for Learning Target Signatures

Abstract: The functions of multiple instances (FUMI) approach for learning target and nontarget signatures is introduced. FUMI is a generalization of the multiple-instance learning (MIL) approach for supervised learning. FUMI differs significantly from standard MIL and supervised learning approaches because… Read More

Functions of multiple instances for sub-pixel target characterization in hyperspectral imagery

Abstract: In this paper, the Multi-target Extended Function of Multiple Instances (Multi-target eFUMI) method is developed and described. The method is capable of learning multiple target spectral signatures from weakly- and inaccurately-labeled hyperspectral imagery. Multi-target eFUMI is a generalization of… Read More