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Wetland Extraction in Sanjiang Plain Based on Self-Organized Feature Map Neural Network Clustering Model

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3 Author(s)
Liu Hanli ; Key Lab. of Geographic Inf. Sci., East China Normal Univ., Shanghai, China ; Pei Tao ; Zhou Chenghu

By analyzing spectral characteristics of MODIS remote sensing data in Sanjiang Plain, we extract the wetland in this area based on a set of multi-temporal and multi-spectral MODIS data. We first transform the selected data by a minimum noise fraction (MNF) rotation and take the first two components of the transformed data as the experimental data. To improve the accuracy of classification of wetland, we use a self-organization feature map (SOM) neural network model. SOM has a good performance in resisting noise and can be implemented with parallel processing technique. It is capable of keeping the topological structure of the original data. As a result, it may achieve a better classification compared with other clustering models. After clustering, we perform a discrete wavelet transform (DWT) to smooth the data and eliminate noise from the data. The result shows that the SOM model is effective and the clustering result has been improved.

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Intelligent Systems, 2009. GCIS '09. WRI Global Congress on  (Volume:4 )

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19-21 May 2009