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When a large earthquake occurs, it is quite important to quickly figure out the damage distribution of housing structures for disaster prevention measures. Currently, the information is confirmed manually by local public organizations, which takes a lot of time. Therefore, a method is required for gathering the information more swiftly and objectively. In this work, a novel method for detecting damage to single buildings from a set of multi-temporal satellite images is developed by applying adoi:10.1109/jstars.2021.3102701 fatcat:iz4katspnza2nom3ruw3byorki