Object Recognition in Remote Sensing Images Based on Modified Backpropagation Neural Network
Published: 30 April 2021
Traitement du Signal , Volume 38, pp 451-459; doi:10.18280/ts.380224
Abstract: In the area of remote sensing, one of the problems is how high-quality remote sensing images are automatically categorized and classified. There have been many suggestions for alternatives. Amongst these, there are drawbacks of approaches focused on low visual and intermediate visual characteristics. This article, therefore, adopts the deep learning method for classifying high-resolution remote sensing picture scenes to learn semantic knowledge. Most of the existing neural network convolution approaches are focused on the model of transfer training and there are comparatively like hidden Marco models, linear fitting methods, the creation of new neural networks based on the latest high-resolution remote sensing picture data sets. But in this paper, we used a modified backpropagation neural network is proposed to detect the objects in images. To test the performance of the proposed model we use two remote sensing data sets benchmark tests were done. The test-precision, precision, reminder, and F1 scores are all fine with the Assist data collection. The precision, precision, reminder, and F1 score are all enhanced on the SIRI-WHU dataset. The proposed system has better precision and robustness compared to the current approaches including the most conventional methods and certain profound learning methods to scene distinguish high-resolution remote sensing pictures.
Keywords: model / precision / modified backpropagation neural / learning methods / Backpropagation Neural Network / resolution
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