NDVI Classification using Supervised Learning Method

With the blessings of Science and Technology, as the death rate is getting decreased, population is getting increased. With that, the utilization of Land is also getting increased for urbanization for which the quality of Land is degrading day by day and also the climates as well as vegetations are getting affected. To keep the Land quality at its best possible, the study on Land cover images, which are acquired from satellites based on time series, spatial and colour, are required to
more » ... how the Land can be used further in future. Using NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) and Machine Learning algorithms (either supervised or unsupervised), now it is possible to classify areas and predict about Land utilization in future years. Our proposed study is to enhance the acquired images with better Vegetation Index which will segment and classify the data in more efficient way and by feeding these data to the Machine Learning algorithm model, higher accuracy will be achieved. Hence, a novel approach with proper model, Machine Learning algorithm and greater accuracy is always acceptable
doi:10.35940/ijitee.b7083.019320 fatcat:b6tannvskjdo7i6lc42k64mf4q