Classification of Remote Sensing Images Through Reweighted Sparse Subspace Representation Using Compressed Data

Jianchen Zhu, Shengjie Zhao, Di Wu
2021 Traitement du signal  
In many real-world scenarios, subspace clustering essentially aims to cluster unlabeled high-dimensional data into a union of finite-dimensional linear subspaces. The problem is that the data are always high-dimensional, with the increase of the computation, storge, and communication of various intelligent data-driven systems. This paper attempts to develop a method to cluster spectral images directly using the measurements of compressive coded aperture snapshot spectral imager (CASSI),
more » ... ing the need to reconstruct the entire data cube. Assuming that compressed measurements are drawn from multiple subspaces, a novel algorithm was developed by solving a 1-norm minimization problem, which is known as reweighted sparse subspace clustering (RSSC). The proposed algorithm clusters the compressed measurements into different subspaces, which greatly improves the clustering accuracy over the SSC algorithm by adding a reweighted step. The compressed CASSI measurements obtained using the coherence-based coded aperture can improve the performance of the proposed spectral image clustering method. The accuracy of our spectral image clustering approach was verified through simulations on two real datasets.
doi:10.18280/ts.380103 fatcat:vv5ainbfxrcdjobvxcsywizyuu