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AUTOMATIC URBAN FEATURE EXTRACTION USING MATHEMATICAL MORPHOLOGY

By M. V. Ramanaiah and Eep Kumar P

Abstract

Manual method of feature extraction from remote sensing imagery is a tedious and time-consuming process. The current paper presents the application of Mathematical Morphology for extracting urban features like buildings and roads from remotely sensed imagery. Roads and Buildings are the major features that influence urban planning and development. Also, GIS databases are to be frequently updated for timeliness and accuracy. Hence there is a need to develop automated methods of feature extraction. The proposed methodology is tested on various satellite imagery and the results are evaluated

Topics: Automatic feature extraction, Mathematical morphology, Urban, Building extraction, Road extraction
Year: 2014
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