We present an experimental study on the effects of pansharpening on target detection from multispectral and panchromatic images acquired by very-high resolution satellite sensors. Original and spatially-enhanced image data are used to detect relatively small targets (vehicles on an airport scenario) characterized by a sufficiently well-defined spectral signature in the four MS bands. The aim of the paper is to compare different pansharpening methods by evaluating the performances of target detection on true MS and panchromatic data Both linear and kernel-based one-class classification methods are considered for the target detection process.

Garzelli, A., L., C., & F., N. (2009). On the effects of pan-sharpening to target detection. In Proc. IEEE IGARSS'09 (pp.136-139). IEEE [10.1109/IGARSS.2009.5418022].

On the effects of pan-sharpening to target detection

GARZELLI, ANDREA;
2009

Abstract

We present an experimental study on the effects of pansharpening on target detection from multispectral and panchromatic images acquired by very-high resolution satellite sensors. Original and spatially-enhanced image data are used to detect relatively small targets (vehicles on an airport scenario) characterized by a sufficiently well-defined spectral signature in the four MS bands. The aim of the paper is to compare different pansharpening methods by evaluating the performances of target detection on true MS and panchromatic data Both linear and kernel-based one-class classification methods are considered for the target detection process.
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