Remote Sensing Image Retrieval Using Graph Approach

Ms.Kiran D. Shinde, Prof. Dr. S. M. Kamalapur


Remote sensing plays an important role in earth
oriented research. Most important and challenging problems
with remote sensing images are content modeling and retrieval.Existing system uses various methods to retrieve the most
relevant remote sensing images.Usually these methods require
sufficient labeled samples, this is very critical in complex image
like, remote sensing images.For all intents and purposes it is
tedious and difficult to get sufficient number of labels for the
archives. To overcome this limitation a method is proposed
which improves the performance of retrieval and reduce the time
require to find most similar images to query image by applying
graph matching technique.

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